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in Seneca County are searching for two people after a 12-month drug
investigation in Tiffin.
drugs, cocaine, and marijuana are all part of a growing problem in Seneca
County, but after indicting five Tiffin residents, police are hoping they put a
dent in the problem.
Police have arrested Chad Brooks, Justin Carter and William Harper for numerous
drug-related charges. They are still searching for Randall Brown and Justin
the people that were buying their drug of choice from these individuals, you
know they're going to have to find five more people to buy it from, and you
know, we keep picking them off one by one and we can clean up the area," said
Police Chief Fred Stevens.
Seneca County drug task force, along with officers from the Tiffin Police and
Seneca County Sheriff's Office joined together in a 12-month investigation to
get these men off the street.
are just turning to something to make them feel better," Stevens said. "Meth is
on the increase, cocaine is on the increase. And that's not just a county
problem, it's a national problem."
chief says the only way to keep drugs out of users hands is to arrest the
people selling it. He asks that anyone with information on the whereabouts of Brown
or Rosas call the police department at 419-447-2323.