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The Marion County Sheriff’s Department has made another arrest for possession of methamphetamine.

Jason Warren of Anderson Street was taken into custody while riding a four wheeler near new U.S. 51 and Bethel Road south of Sandoval. Deputies began watching Warren after receiving a tip that he would have a large amount of methamphetamine on the four-wheeler. A bottle with liquid sludge that tested for meth ingredients ammonia and ether was found on the four wheeler. Deputies later allegedly found a clear baggie with one gram of what field tested for meth in Warren’s possession along with a small container of a leafy substance believed to be cannabis.

Meanwhile, two men have been formally charged in Marion County Court with participation in meth manufacturing following their arrests on Sunday.

Bond was set at 75-thousand dollars apiece in court for 30-year-old Brian Cushman of Carter Road in Kell and 24-year-old Evan Linder of South Franklin in Salem. Cushman also faces a second count of possession with intent to deliver less than five grams of methamphetamine. Cushman was arrested after Marion County Sheriff’s Deputies and Salem Police allegedly found meth in a vacant house on North Trenary Street in Salem. The investigation later led to the area where meth was allegedly being manufactured and areas meth waste had been dumped. Linder turned himself in late in the day on Sunday.

A third person, 44-year-old Denise Dulaney of South Boles in Alma, has been charged with possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia after drugs were allegedly found in her purse. Dulaney’s bond was set at 15-thousand dollars. All three had the public defender appointed to represent them.

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