Tuesday, October 17, 2000

Cleves arrests a first

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        CLEVES — After a lengthy investigation, Cleves police made their first-ever methamphetamine bust Monday.

        Police charged Kenneth New and Robin Brightwell, both of the 400 block of Miami Avenue, with possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

        Authorities said they did not find a working meth lab but did find packaged meth ready for sale and tools to make the drug at the residence.

        Delhi Township and Cincinnati police as well as the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency were involved in the arrest.

        Both Mr. New and Ms. Brightwell are being held in the Hamilton County Justice Center.


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