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Police Arrest Two Selling Drugs Through Mail

Last updated on Friday, May 11, 2007

(PAOLI) - Two Paoli residents have been arrested on drug charges after they were found to be sending methamphetamine through the mail to inmates in the Orange and Dubois County Jails.

After an investigation involving the Orange County Sheriff's Department, Indiana State Police, French Lick Police Department and the Paoli Police Department, 35-year-old Kim Weddle and 58-year-old George Hobson were both charged with dealing in Methamphetamine, a Class B felony, and trafficking with an inmate, a Class C felony.

39-year-old Stanley McCoy, Jr., was arrested at Hobson's residence on an outstanding small claims warrant.

Police continue to investigate and additional charges are pending along with more arrests.

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