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Three from region arrested in undercover operation in Iowa

Editor's note: This article was originally published Oct. 25, 2017. LARCHWOOD, Iowa -- Three area individuals were arrested Saturday as part of an undercover operation conducted by the Lyon County Sheriff's Office at the Grand Falls Casino in Lar...

Editor's note: This article was originally published Oct. 25, 2017.

LARCHWOOD, Iowa - Three area individuals were arrested Saturday as part of an undercover operation conducted by the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office at the Grand Falls Casino in Larchwood.

Javier Trejo Garcia, 35, of Worthington; Heidi Lynn Grahn, 40, of Fulda; and Richard Peter Kress, 56, of Sibley, Iowa were among 11 individuals from three states arrested and charged with possession of controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Others arrested and charged include, Pamela Mary Kuntz, 53 of Dubuque, Iowa; Steven Joseph Jandl, age 51, of Rock Rapids, Iowa; Yvonne Marie Morissette, 52, of Aberdeen, S.D.; Shadwell Allen Smith, 25, and  Landon Jerome Entinger, 25, both of Brandon, S.D.; Jesse Ray Scheetz, 36, of Sioux Falls, S.D.; and Abby Anne Hubbard, 26, and Wade Forrest Peterson, 40, both of Mitchell, S.D.

According to a press release from the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office, the undercover operation was conducted due to an increase in crime in the Grand Falls Casino parking lot.

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