NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) – After a prolonged investigation the Chase County Sheriff’s Workplace has three males in jail. The rising downside of the use and sale of methamphetamine has been the main target of space regulation enforcement for Chase County and Hayes County and surrounding areas.
Over the course of the final 5 months, the Chase County Sheriff’s Workplace has carried out an investigation associated to the distribution of methamphetamine in and round Chase County, encompassing the close by village of Hamlet in Hayes County. The use and sale of methamphetamine on this area is an issue that’s changing into more and more troublesome to handle.
Regardless of this, the Sheriff’s Workplace, with the assist of county officers, says it stays dedicated to mitigating this harmful drug’s results on the neighborhood. Chase County officers saying the investigation was productive and resulted within the Sheriff’s Workplace recovering roughly 396 grams of methamphetamine with an estimated avenue worth of roughly $35,640. A considerable quantity of data was gathered, in addition to small quantities of cocaine and different narcotics.
Following the investigation, the Chase Sheriff’s Workplace obtained arrest warrants for 3 people who had been arrested on Friday, April 2nd, 2021 By Chase County Sheriff’s Workplace Deputies. Arrested had been two Chase County residents:
Jesus “Chuy” Acuna (42) for the offenses of Possess (Meth) amphetamine 140+ grams ( Class 1b Felony), Conspiracy to Commit a Class 1 Felony (Class II Felony), and No Drug Tax Stamp (Class IV Felony) $1,000,000.00/10% bond.
Russell T. Mann (44) for the offenses of Possess (Meth) amphetamine 28-139 grams (2 counts/ Class 1C Felonies), Conspiracy to Commit a Class 1 Felony (Class II Felony), and No Drug Tax Stamp (2 Counts/ Class IV Felonies). $500,000.00/10% bond.
Extra on Mann in a narrative from November 2019:
Additionally arrested was Jeffrey A Lytle (36) for the offense of Conspiracy to Commit a Class 1 Felony (Class II Felony). $500,000.00/10% bond. Lytle is a Hayes County resident and was apprehended by the Hayes County Sheriff, Chase County Deputies, together with help from a Nebraska Sport and Parks Officer.
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