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28 People Arrested During METRICH Sweep
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  Originally Published on: 10/21/2011

A METRICH Enforcement Unit sweep led to the arrests of 28 people wanted on felony drug trafficking indictments or other felony charges on Thursday.

During the sweep, authorities arrested Keith Lyles, the suspect in a recent armed robbery at Circle K.

Authorities also searched a residence at an undisclosed location and confiscated heroin, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, $243 and numerous items consistent with drug trafficking.

The following people are still being sought on drug trafficking indictments:

Danielle L. Conley, 29,  Allen E. Caldwell, 60, Cory Maffet, 21, Le'Andre Dillon, 22,  Lucas  T. Favors, 38, Nicholas K. Ballard, Richard M. Brock, 34,  and Curtis Manns, 26.

Anyone with information on any of the suspects is asked to contact Lt. Allen Vandayburg at 419-774-3565.

The Richland County Division of the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force and the Mansfield, Lexington and Ashland Police departments were also part of the operation.

   
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