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(Neb.)-More Arrests Made After Chadron Drug Investigation

By: Chris Fankhauser Posted at: 11/01/2013 08:06 AM

(Chadron)-Panhandle authorities have arrested a fifth person in a sting involving the trafficking of LSD and MDMA.  Both are classified as mood-altering dangerous drugs. According to a press release from the Chadron Police Department, a 17-year-old male was arrested by Sidney law enforcement authorities late Wednesday night on a DawesCounty felony arrest warrant.
 
The male was arrested on charges of one count of conspiracy to commit a class III felony, a class III felony and delivery/intent to deliver a controlled substance (LSD & MDMA), a class III felony. The 17 year-old is currently being held in the Cheyenne County Jail on a bond of 10% of $50,000.00.
 
This investigation began when Chadron Police were called to a report of a missing juvenile and subsequently served a search warrant on a residence in Chadron. The WING/HIDTA Drug and Violent Crime Task Force (WING) setup the purchase of LSD, also known as acid, from 18 year-old Brody Gramberg of Chadron and a 17-year-old male from Scottsbluff. Both were arrested in Chadron for felony delivery and possession of LSD and MDMA late afternoon on October 23rd
 
This drug investigation lead WING to Sidney Wednesday night and local authorities arrested 31-year-old Jennifer Cartwright and her boyfriend 30-year-old Walter Fischer, both of Sidney in connection with the investigation that started in Chadron. Jennifer Cartwright is the mother of the 17 year-old Sidney male arrested Wednesday night.
 
Chadron Police Chief Tim Lordino said there are high personal and economic costs associated with drug abuse and the Department is focused on working to keep communities safe from these dangerous drugs.
 
(Information courtesy Chadron Police Department)


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