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Four arrested for drugs, meth seized in Perry County

Nobles said two separate traffic stops on Highway 42 near the Brewer Community on Friday led to three more arrests and over two ounces of meth seized. (Photo source: Perry County Sheriff's Office) Nobles said two separate traffic stops on Highway 42 near the Brewer Community on Friday led to three more arrests and over two ounces of meth seized. (Photo source: Perry County Sheriff's Office)
The Perry County Sheriff's Office arrested four people on drug charges and seized meth during three separate traffic stops conducted on Thursday and Friday. (Photo source: Perry County Sheriff's Office) The Perry County Sheriff's Office arrested four people on drug charges and seized meth during three separate traffic stops conducted on Thursday and Friday. (Photo source: Perry County Sheriff's Office)

The Perry County Sheriff's Office arrested four people on drug charges and seized meth during three separate traffic stops conducted on Thursday and Friday. 

Deputies arrested George T. Molsbee, 33, on Highway 29 just south of Runnelstown Thursday night after deputies found meth in his possession, according to Perry County Sheriff Mitch Nobles. He was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.

Nobles said two separate traffic stops on Highway 42 near the Brewer Community on Friday led to three more arrests and over two ounces of meth seized.

Nobles said 31-year-old Adam Lee Barto, 27-year-old Bradley Jay Fosnight and 50-year-old Charles Edward Griggs were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute. 

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