Sheriff Ups The Ante On Illegal Drug Sales
The Murray County Sheriff’s Office is starting a zero tolerance campaign on the use and distribution of methamphetamine, Sheriff Darrin Rogers said this week. “The Sheriff’s Office and the District Attorney’s Office are going to work together on which offenders need rehab or very longterm rehab such as prison,” he said.
According to Sheriff Rogers, his lawmen have been working a number of use and distribution of methamphetamine cases within the past several days. He said there are more arrests to come and he is going to stress to the Murray County District Attorney that people dealing methamphetamine in this county should receive very long prison stays.
There are several drug cases currently being investigated in this county, two of which occurred on May 10 when officers stopped vehicles for various violations, Rogers said.
The first stop occurred when Deputy Brandon Eddy and Davis Officer Jared Montgomery conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for rules of the road violations near Davis on Sunday, May 10.
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