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(Neb.)-Chadron PD Make Drug Arrest On CSC Campus

By: Chris Fankhauser Posted at: 11/08/2013 05:11 PM

(Chadron)-The Chadron Police Department issued several citations this week on the Chadron State College Campus relating to drug possession.  According to a press release from the Department, late Thursday evening, the Chadron Police Department established information, which led to issuance of two drug related search warrants on campus at Chadron State College.

Chadron Police arrested 19-year-old Austin L. Waterman of Colorado for knowingly and intentionally possessing a controlled substance (testosterone) without a medical order in violation of 28-416 (3) a class IV felony.

Criminal citations were also issued to 19-year-old Aloysius M. Zelney and 19-year-old Weston M. Salyards, both of Colorado, for being under the influence of a controlled substance (cannabis).

Chadron Police seized four cellular phones, a suspected marijuana pipe, a drug concealment container, drug packaging material, a safe, less than one ounce of suspected marijuana, multiple vials suspected testosterone (a schedule III drug) and syringes from two dorm rooms and vehicles located on campus.

Chadron Police Chief Tim Lordino says he praises the staff and students at Chadron State College for their help, support, and cooperation. Lordino said their cooperative effort makes Chadron State College a safer place for students to acquire a top quality education at an outstanding educational institution.

Chadron Police were assisted by the Nebraska State Patrol, and the WING/HIDTA Drug and Violent Crime Task Force (WING),  which is comprised of investigators whose responsibility is to investigate drug violations and violent crime in the panhandle area of Nebraska and is partially funded through a Nebraska Crime Commission grant.

Citizens can provide tip information related to illegal drug sales or use and or other crimes, by reporting them to the Dawes County Crime Stoppers Program 432-0519. You can follow the Chadron Police Department at www.facebook.com/chadronpolice

(Information courtesy Chadron Police Department)


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