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October 31, 2007

Cairo--At least five people were arrested in an all-night drug raid in Grady County. The Southwest Georgia Drug Task Force, Grady County Sheriff's Office, and Cairo Police raided three homes Friday night.

They arrested Bruce Maynor, Eric Harvey, Jarvis McIntyre, Mario Adams, and Shara McIntyre. They're all between the ages of 18 and 24. Charges include possessing, manufacturing, and distributing marijuana and concaine.  

Investigator Steve Clark with the Grady County Sheriff's Office says, "We'd like to say we're sending a message that we're not going to tolerate it, and we're not going to tolerate it.  But its here, we know its here, its everywhere and it's a joint effort. Its going to take us as well as the citizens to try to curb and combat this

At least two other people were taken into custody but have not been charged.  Investigators expect to make more arrests.

 

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