11 People Arrested in Narcotics Investigations

By KBJR News 1

11 People Arrested in Narcotics Investigations

September 6, 2013 Updated Sep 6, 2013 at 11:01 AM CST

Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- 11 people have been arrested and charged in connection with various narcotics investigations in St. Louis County.

52 year old Rodney Francis Lubbers of Chisholm has been charged with one felony count of 2nd Degree Sale of Meth.

43 year old Billi-Jo Suzette Whitlock of Hibbing has been charged with one felony count of 3rd Degree Sale of Oxycontin.

19 year old Tia Kyung Ferrell of Chisholm has been charged with one felony count of 4th Degree Sale of Adderall.

24 year old Christopher Joseph Grobove of Hibbing has been charged with one felony count of 3rd Degree Sale of Oxycodone.

23 year old Anthony David Guentzel of Hibbing has been charged with two felony counts of 4th Degree Sale of Adderall.

35 year old Cory Eno Gadbois of Mt. Iron has been charged with one felony count of 4th Degree Sale of Prescription Medication and two felony counts of 5th Degree Sale of Prescription Medication.

31 year old Jamie Marie Johnson of Mt. Iron has been charged with one felony county of 5th Degree Sale of Prescription Medication.

33 year old Amanda Carol Grishaber of Virginia has been charged with two felony counts of 5th Degree Possession of Meth and Storing Meth Paraphernalia in the Presence of a Child.

40 year old Jennifer Ann Rich of Mt. Iron has been charged with one felony count of 2nd Degree Sale of Meth in a School or Park Zone.

24 year old Andrea Marie Strong of Tower has been charged with one felony count of Sale of a Simulated Controlled Substance.

27 year old Anthony Michael Nordberg of Aurora has been charged with three felony counts of 3rd Degree Sale of Heroin.

All of these arrests and charges stemmed from numerous narcotics investigations by the Boundary Waters Drug Task Force with assistance from local authorities over the past several months.

Posted to the web by Krista Burns
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