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4 people facing drug charges in Cleburne County

Dana Graham (Source: Cleburne Co. Sheriff's Office) Dana Graham (Source: Cleburne Co. Sheriff's Office)
Sean Wheeler (Source: Cleburne Co. Sheriff's Office) Sean Wheeler (Source: Cleburne Co. Sheriff's Office)
Gregory Doyle (Source: Cleburne Co. Sheriff's Office) Gregory Doyle (Source: Cleburne Co. Sheriff's Office)

CELBURNE COUNTY, AR (KAIT) – Police say drug possession puts four Cleburne County people behind bars.

A search by the Cleburne County Narcotics Investigators at 401 West Front Street in Heber Springs on Tuesday, April 30th. The search of the home lead to the arrest of 43-year-old Jerry Wilson and 20-year-old Dana Graham, both from Heber Springs.

Wilson was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver. Graham was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

In an unrelated case, Cleburne County Narcotics Investigators and detectives from the sheriff's office found multiple items of meth and marijuana during a traffic stop on McJester Road on Tuesday, May 14th.  

32-year-old Shawn Wheeler of Pangburn and 43-year-old Gregory Doyle of Pangburn were both arrested. Wheeler was charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Doyle was charged with possession of marijuana.

They are both in the Cleburne County Jail.     

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