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More drug suspects make court appearance

September 28, 2013
Marshall Independent

MARSHALL - More drug-related charges have been brought against several Marshall residents in Lyon County District Court, after a sweep by area law enforcement earlier this month. Members of a joint drug task force serving Lyon, Brown, Redwood and Renville Counties made more than 20 arrests on Sept. 9.

Suspects arrested in the sweep have begun facing charges in district court, including several appearances made in the past week, according to court records.

Brandon Lee Willard, 23, of Marshall, appeared in court Sept. 24 on charges of third degree controlled substance crime. A complaint alleges Willard sold LSD in Marshall on March 6. A hearing was set for Oct. 8.

Travis William Mylo Cleary, 30, of Marshall, appeared in court Sept. 24 on charges of second degree controlled substance crime and third degree controlled substance crime. A complaint alleges Cleary sold methamphetamine and cocaine in Marshall in May. A hearing was set for Oct. 22.

Samuel Medrano, 22, of Marshall appeared in court Sept. 24 on two counts of first degree controlled substance crime and five counts of second degree controlled substance crime. A hearing was set for Nov. 5.

Carrie Laceann Miller, 20, of Marshall, appeared in court Sept. 25 on charges of fifth degree controlled substance crime. A complaint alleges Miller sold marijuana in Marshall on Feb. 21. Bail for Miller was set at $10,000 without conditions or $1,000 with conditions including appear in court, abstain from alcohol and drugs, and abide by laws. A hearing was set for Oct. 8.

Nathan John Aasum, 37, of Marshall, appeared in court Sept. 27 on charges of first degree controlled substance crime. A complaint alleges Aasum sold methamphetamine in Marshall on April 12. The court approved an amended release order for Aasum. Bail was set at $100,000 without conditions, or $75,000 with conditions including appear in court abstain from alcohol and drugs, abide by laws, and be subject to random chemical assessments. A hearing was set for Oct. 8.

 
 

 

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