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Meth charges for 6

A police raid netted six arrests on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine in Huntington this past Sunday.

Huntington city and county police served a search warrant at a home in the 200 block of Oak Street that night and found methamphetamines inside.

Eight people were taken into custody and six of them, all from Huntington, were arrested on felony counts.

Those arrested on a count each of manufacturing methamphetamine were identified as:

•Casey L. Newsome, 29

•Brandi E. Leon, 22

•William W. Story, 18

•Paula A. Easterday, 42

•Bryant W. Steward, 23

•Cory M. Sell, 30

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