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Drug probe nets one
01/09/2018

(KAIR)--A weekend investigation by Atchison Police sends an 18-year-old Atchison woman to jail on drug charges.

Police Chief Mike Wilson tells MSC News the probe led to the arrest of Sidney Darrenkamp along with the alleged discovery of cocaine. “On Saturday afternoon, officers conducted an investigation in the 2100 block of Forest Park Avenue that did result in drug charges involving an 18-year-old female for possession cocaine. Cocaine was seized."

Darrenkamp now faces charges in connection with the possession of the cocaine.

Following her apprehension, Darrenkamp was booked into the Atchison County Jail where she remained in custody as of last check.

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