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March 6: 602 N. Fifth

Maynor, left, and Pendleton Maynor, left, and Pendleton
Gundersen Gundersen
Grawe Grawe
Date of Bust: March 6, 2013

Location:
602 N. Fifth St.

Arrested:
Teddy E. Pendleton, Michael G. Gundersen, Kaitlyn J. Grawe, Gregory Maynor

Update:
Pendleton is awaiting sentencing in federal court; Gundersen, sentenced to 30 months probation (Drug Court); Grawe, sentenced to 6 years in Illinois Department of Corrections; Maynor, case pending in federal court

Click here for Herald-Whig story on the arrests.


Click here for Herald-Whig story on federal charges filed against Pendleton, Maynor.

Click here for Herald-Whig story on Pendleton's guilty plea.


Click here for court case information for Pendleton.

Click here for court case information for Gundersen.

Click here for court case information for Grawe.

Click here for court case information for Maynor.

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