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Bust results in four ‘not guilty’ pleas; Miami Village home to nine one-bottle methamphetamine labs

February 6, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Four people charged with dealing methamphetamine as part of a group bust last week by the Whitley County Drug Task Force all had their initial appearance in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday.

Willie F. Jensen, 31; Gary D. Hicks, 39; Tyler E. Yoder, 27; and Tina L. Farber, 40, all pleaded not guilty.

All four are charged with dealing methamphetamine, among other charges.
The Whitley County Drug Task Force mad arrests and simultaneously executed three search warrants on three residences at Miami Village.

A total of nine one-bottle methamphetamine labs were found, according to case reports.

Jensen, Hicks and Yoder were all arrested at the time, and Farber was arrested later.

Jensen and Hicks reside at lot 65 in Miami Village. Yoder resides in lot 99 and Farber at lot 51.

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