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METRICH Arressts Three, Seizes $18,400 of Suspected Heroin

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  Original Published: 2/22/2014 Three Detroit-area people were arrested and more than 18-thousand dollars of suspected heroin was confiscated by the METRICH Enforcement Unit after the execution of a search warrant at a Mansfield area hotel. Taken into custody on a probation violation warrant and for possession of drugs was 25-year-old Jamel Wicher. Also arrested on charges of possession of drugs were 24-year-old Liletha Poe and 23-year-old Adrian Tubbs. Along with the 115 grams of suspected heroin, officers also seized 679-dollars in cash from the hotel room. All three people were incarcerated at the Richland County Jail pending their appearances in court.
   
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