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Aug. 19: 423 Timber Ridge Dr.

From left: Easton Allen, Cory Mefford and Barbara Mefford From left: Easton Allen, Cory Mefford and Barbara Mefford
Date of Bust: Aug. 19, 2013

Location:
423 Timber Ridge Dr.

Arrested:
Cory R. Mefford, Barbara J. Mefford, Easton L. Allen

Update:
Cory Mefford, awaiting sentencing; Barbara Mefford and Allen, cases pending for both

Click here for Herald-Whig story on arrests.


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

Click here for court case information for Cory Mefford.
 

Click here for court case information for Barbara Mefford. 

Click here for court case information for Allen. 

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