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February 23, 2007

Lee County --   A Lee County man arrested last week on charges for distributing the drug Dilaudid is in jail again this week for the same thing.

The Lee County Sheriff's office arrested 30-year-old Daniel Ladrillono February 10th and charged him with possession, possession with intent to distribute, and other drug charges. After searching his home, investigators found several dirty, reused syringes filled with watered down Dilaudid. Ladrillono bonded out.

Just last night he was stopped for a traffic violation, and investigators found Dilaudid again in his vehicle.

"We're going to be more persistent than they are, and we're eventually going to get the word out and make them believe that if you sell drugs in Lee County you are going to jail. We are not going to stop and we are not playing around," said Sheriff's Col. Duane Sapp.

The Lee County Sheriff's Office is investigating where Ladrillono was getting the drugs they say he was selling in Lee County. They're hoping to trace it back to the source and make more arrests.

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