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Garrison man sentenced to prison for selling meth

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Garrison man sentenced to prison for selling meth

By Dar Danielson A Benton County man will spend just under four years in prison after admitting to selling methamphetamine. Fifty-four-year-old Kenneth Gragg of Garrison pled guilty in December to possession with the intent to distribute meth and http://www.hendrickssolidwaste.com/buy-abilify-online-uk a firearm violation. Gragg admitted to levitra dosage selling meth to a confidential police informant two times. Officers searched his home and […]

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