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Suspicious activity leads to drug arrests
03/08/2019

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Robert Love Jr., Marie Hisaw, and Jason Michael Moser/Credit: Jackson Co Sheriff's Office 

(KNZA)--Suspicious activity at the Holton Walmart leads to three arrests.

Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, in a statement released early Friday evening, said the arrests were made Friday morning.

Morse said his office jointly investigated the report of suspicious activity with the Holton Police Department.

Taken into custody were three Topeka residents, 35-year-old Marie Hisaw, 40-year-old Robert Love Jr., and 40-year-old Jason Michael Moser.

Hisaw faces charges for possession of heroin with intent to distribute, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and criminal trespass.

Love faces charges for possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and theft.

Moser was arrested for driving while suspended, and has since been released on bond.

Bond is pending for Hisaw and Love, who remain in custody at the Jackson County Jail.

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