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Record: Reported July 7

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Charges filed
Kerry L. Givans, 34, of 619 Elm, was charged with aggravated participation in methamphetamine production, possession of methamphetamine manufacturing materials, and possession of methamphetamine stemming from a May 5 incident.
Jordan L. Routt, 18, of 1708 Oak, was charged with burglary stemming from a May 20 incident.

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