3 Galion women arrested for illegal narcotics sales


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Deputies seized a large amount of suspected of Methamphetamine, prescription medications, fentanyl, cash and drug paraphernalia at 760 Bel Air Drive in Galion.

Deputies seized a large amount of suspected of Methamphetamine, prescription medications, fentanyl, cash and drug paraphernalia at 760 Bel Air Drive in Galion.


Three Galion women are arrested in Galion after a months-long investigation into illegal narcotics being used and sold from the Bel Air Drive residence.


GALION — The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office along with Metrich executed a Narcotic search warrant Thursday at 760 Bel Air Drive in Galion. The search warrant came at the conclusion of a several month-long investigation into illegal narcotics being used and sold from the residence. The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by Galion Police Department.

Arrested at the residence was Donna Stall age 54, the target of the investigation; Betty Stall, age 75; and Julie Dudley, age 54. Deputies seized a large amount of suspected of Methamphetamine, prescription medications, fentanyl, cash and drug paraphernalia.

All three women are currently being held at the Crawford County Justice Center pending formal charges. Reports will be forwarded to the Crawford County Prosecutor’s Office for review for all charges.

This case is still currently being investigated by detectives from the Sheriff’s Office.

Sheriff Scott Kent and Lt. Craig Moser encourages citizens to report any suspicious activity to the Sheriff’s Office at 419-562-7906 or leave a tip at Metrich at 1-419-52-CRIME or https://www.metrich.com

Deputies seized a large amount of suspected of Methamphetamine, prescription medications, fentanyl, cash and drug paraphernalia at 760 Bel Air Drive in Galion.
https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2022/05/web1_IMG_2490.jpgDeputies seized a large amount of suspected of Methamphetamine, prescription medications, fentanyl, cash and drug paraphernalia at 760 Bel Air Drive in Galion.

Three Galion women are arrested in Galion after a months-long investigation into illegal narcotics being used and sold from the Bel Air Drive residence.
https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2022/05/web1_IMG_2488.jpgThree Galion women are arrested in Galion after a months-long investigation into illegal narcotics being used and sold from the Bel Air Drive residence.

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