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DeKalb officers arrest two on drug charges

Hughes
Smith

Two people were arrested on drug charges Saturday night after DeKalb County sheriff's officers were called to a Corunna inn, according to a news release.

Officers responded to the Twilight Inn, 2056 U.S. 6, about 9 p.m. to investigate a tip about possible drug activity. They made contact with two suspects at the inn, according to the statement. During the investigation officers located two active methamphetamine labs, finished meth product and items used in the manufacture of meth.

Michael D. Hughes and Sara K. Smith, both of Corunna, were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of meth, possession of precursors, possession of a controlled substance, and maintaining a common nuisance, according to the statement.

Hughes was also charged with possession of a synthetic drug and invasion of privacy. He also was in violation of a protective order with Smith as the petitioner, according to the statement.

The DeKalb County Sheriff's Department was assisted by the Waterloo Marshal's Office and the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Team.

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