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Drug busts yield 4 suspects, bath salts, currency

July 17, 2014

Photo by Greg Reedy Individuals taken into custody were Tammy Zawatski, 38, of Ridgway who owns the home at 312 Chestnut Ave. which she shares with Rachel Shrefler of Ridgway. Individuals apprehended in St. Marys were Lief Eric Moats, 40, and his wife Kristine Kronenwetter, both of St. Marys, and Alan George of New York.

Four individuals were taken into custody on Thursday as a result of a dual drug bust in St. Marys and Ridgway.
Approximately 80 grams of bath salts and in excess of $30,000 in cash were seized in Ridgway with approximately 50 grams of bath salts and $6,000 in cash seized in St. Marys.
Multiple law enforcement agencies worked together in executing the search warrants served at 312 Chestnut Ave. in Ridgway Borough shortly after 9:30 a.m. and at 325 Kaul Ave. in St. Marys shortly before noon due to coordination efforts.
Individuals taken into custody were Tammy Zawatski, 38, of Ridgway, who reportedly owns the Chestnut Avenue home which she shares with Rachel Shrefler of Ridgway. Individuals apprehended in St. Marys were Lief Eric Moats, 40, and his wife Kristine Kronenwetter, both of St. Marys, and Alan George of New York.

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