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Published: Friday, 10/29/2004

Bonds set for accused in Tiffin drug raid

TIFFIN - Bonds have been set for 10 people arrested last week in a drug bust at the city's Riverbend Apartments.

During hearings in Seneca County Common Pleas Court this week, Judge Steve Shuff ordered the following bonds for eight of the defendants:

●$100,000 for Ed Jones, 31; Donald Moore, 35, and Tabarah Page, 29, all of Laurel, Miss., on three counts each of trafficking in crack cocaine in the vicinity of a school.

●$75,000 for Paul Dudgeon, 40, of Tiffin on three counts of trafficking in crack cocaine in the vicinity of a school.

●$50,000 for Thomas Terry, Jr., 24, of Tiffin on two counts of trafficking in crack cocaine in the vicinity of a school.

●$50,000 for Jacquelyn Shuff, 26, of Tiffin, on one count of complicity to trafficking in crack cocaine.

●$25,000 for Curtis Lee of Tiffin and Corey Price, 25, of Green Springs, both charged with one count of trafficking in crack cocaine in the vicinity of a school.

Two other defendants had bonds set by Judge Michael Kelbley: Victor Brown, 27, of Laurel, Miss., $100,000 on four counts of trafficking in crack cocaine in the vicinity of a school, and Richard Barker, 44, of Tiffin, $2,500 with 10 percent allowed, on three counts of trafficking in marijuana.

The raids last Friday, carried out by 80 officers from various area law enforcement agencies, followed indictments issued against the defendants by the Seneca County grand jury.



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