Seven individuals were arrested on drug charges Thursday morning after an 8-month investigation.
Those arrested are:
Trevor P. Garton, 18, was arrested in the area of Eighth and Milligan streets for two counts of distribution of methamphetamine and two counts of distribution of marijuana.
Brenda L. Haynes, 43 of 234 S. 16th St. was arrested for one count of aiding distribution of marijuana.
Eric L. Lewien, 19, of 211 S. LaSalle St., was arrested for one count of distribution of marijuana.
Dylan M. Pohlman, 20, of 1518 Jefferson St. was arrested for the three counts of distribution of methamphetamine.
Steven L. Schutte, 20, of 234 S. 16th St., was arrested for two counts of distribution of marijuana, two counts of distribution of methamphetamine, one count of distribution of a counterfeit controlled substance, one count of distribution of an imitation controlled substance and one count of distribution of a prescription controlled substance.
Christina Burr, 29, of 211 S. LaSalle St was arrested for possession of methamphetamine. A 16 year-old juvenile was also arrested for distribution of methamphetamine, but is not being named.
A 16-year-old juvenile was also arrested for distributing meth.
Bond settings are scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon in Gage County Court.
The investigation was conducted by the Southeast Area Drug Enforcement task force (SEADE), the Beatrice Police Department, Gage County Sheriff's Office, Nebraska State Patrol and U.S. Marshal Service.
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