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Dothan police made their third and fourth drug trafficking arrests in less than a week on Thursday.

Court records show Dothan police investigators arrested both 25-year-old Tiffany Suzanne Hartzog and 33-year-old Aaron Brock Lowe on three drug-related felony charges.

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Police investigators charged both Hartzog and Lowe with trafficking a controlled substance (meth), first-degree manufacturing a controlled substance (meth), and the manufacture of drug paraphernalia.

Records show police charged both Hartzog and Lowe with trafficking nearly 2 ounces of meth from a residence on Roxie Lane on Wednesday. Police also charged Hartzog and Lowe with manufacturing meth after a clandestine meth lab was discovered.

Records also show police charged them with felony manufacturing drug paraphernalia, a class C felony, after they were allegedly found to be in possession of Pyrex dishes.

Both Hartzog and Lowe were taken to the Houston County Jail and held on bail that totaled more than $2 million.

Police investigators arrested 34-year-old Tasha Nichole Lott earlier this week on felony trafficking and manufacturing meth charges.

Records show police charged Lott with trafficking meth after they found her in possession of 40 grams of meth at her Oakland Drive home. Police also charged Lott with felony chemical endangerment of a child, for the alleged exposure of meth to a 3-year-old boy.

Lott was taken to the Houston County Jail and held on bail totaling $320,000.

Dothan police also arrested 22-year-old Anthony Dewayne Little earlier this week on a trafficking meth charge.

Records show police charged Little with trafficking 28 grams of meth from the parking lot of the Westgate Inn near Ross Clark Circle on Dec. 6, 2012. Bail for the trafficking charge filed against Little was set at $250,000.



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