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Those in custody are Noelle Swearer and Douglas Schulze of Ridgway; Belinda Bullers and David Becker of Brookville; Robert Buckley of Brockway, Adam Howard of Big Run; Timothy Kramer, James Tartal and Allisha Moomau, in the Jefferson County Jail; Dennis Steiner of Sykesville; Brandon Rowles of Reynoldsville; and Tashe Mitchell, Gregory Geisler, Thomas Heilbrun, Mark Farnsworth, Amanda White, Alyssa White and Breana Adams, all of Punxsutawney.
Those who have not been taken into custody yet are Drew Stevenson of Reynoldsville, Patrick Meanor of Coolspring, Ryan Myers of Clarion and William Molina of Punxsutawney.
During the investigation undercover state troopers bought controlled substances from the 22 suspects.
The warrants were served today by state police and officers with the Jefferson County Drug Task Force.
At one point she meets a 9-year-old homeless boy and becomes somewhat of a surrogate mother to him.
The rest of the story deals with how Emily decides to get on with her life, and I don't want to give any of that away.
I should also add that this book is so compelling that I read it in one day.
You can listen to my talk with Chris Bohjalian here.
Officers were called to a domestic disturbance on Congress Street, and reports of harassment on South Center and disorderly conduct on Congress Street.
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Or are they the bad guys?
You'll have a fun time trying to figure out the good guys from the bad guys in this latest installment of the Jack Ryan Jr. series. Even Jack isn't sure if he should trust one of his oldest and dearest friends.
One of the most interesting parts of the book deals with how social media plays an important role in political uprisings.
You can hear my chat with Grant Blackwood here.
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