Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Gold arrest
Sullivan County authorities arrested two people after an ad on Craigslist alerted them to illegal activity. The investigation began with an ad placed by someone calling himself Daniel Yates on the site that says he would by gold from anyone without proof of identity. Sheriff’s officers set up a sting with the man where they gave him a gold ring and he paid them 25-dollars. Officers say at no time did the man ask for I.D. or get them to sign any forms required when purchasing precious scrap metals. The man was arrested and later identified as Dustin Cade. A search of Cade revealed drug paraphernalia and several pills in a pocket. A female in was driving the suspect car…Jodi Reed was found to be driving on a suspended license and faces drug charges as well. Both are held in the Sullivan County Correctional Facility. (CC)

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