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Morrill man arrested on parole violations, drug charges

(KNZA)--Officials from multiple agencies arrested a Morrill man Tuesday morning on parole violations.

Brown County Sheriff John Merchant says 61-year-old Steven Ray Schler was arrested without incident at his residence located at 809 Virginia in Morrill by the U.S. Marshal's Service, special agents with the Kansas Department of Corrections, Brown County Sheriff's Office and Sac and Fox Tribal Police.

In addition, Schler was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia along with a Hiawatha city warrant for contempt of court.

Schler was booked into the Brown County Jail.   



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