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Nine Indicted for Drug Trafficking in Marshall Co
09/11/2017

(KMZA)--Federal authorities have indicted nine people in a drug trafficking operation in Marshall County.

U.S. Attorney Tom Beall said in a statement Friday that a six-count indictment alleges 61-year-old John Haver, of Waterville, and eight others  obtained methamphetamine from California and distributed it to buyers in Marshall County.

The defendants face charges including conspiracy to distribute meth, possession with intent to distribute meth, conspiracy to launder money and money laundering.

The defendants live in Waterville, Marysville and Blue Rapids, Kansas, while one lives in Porterville, California.  

In addition to Haver, named as defendants in the indictment were:
28-year-old Clayton Chase, of Marysville; 38-year-old Philip Pagan, of Waterville; 39-year-old Curtis Wichman, of Blue Rapids; 37-year-old Lorinda Patton, of Blue Rapids Kimberly Krunze, of Waterville; Robert Zidek, of Blue Rapids and Jose Martinez, of Porterville, California.

 

 

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