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Former Indiana Deputy Charged In Synthetic Drug Ring
Updated January 16, 2016 12:49 PM | Filed under: Crime
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(DANVILLE) - A former central Indiana sheriff's deputy has been charged for his alleged role in a large synthetic drug operation.

Jason Woods was charged Thursday in Hancock County with six felonies, including bribery, official misconduct and dealing in synthetic drugs.

Prosecutors say in court documents that Woods used his position with the Hendricks County Sheriff's Department to provide security at a farm where the synthetic drug spice was made and to escort the drug-making operation when it relocated.

Woods and his wife, Teresa Woods, who also was a sheriff's deputy, were charged in 2014 with misdemeanor counts of possessing a synthetic drug. Both were fired earlier that year



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