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Two from Hudson arrested for meth in Auburn traffic stop

AUBURN, Ind. (WOWO): A traffic stop in Auburn has led to a pair of meth arrests.

An SUV was pulled over around 11:30 a.m. Thursday near the intersection of 12th and Van Buren in Auburn.

The SUV had false registration, but the two people in the vehicle also allegedly had meth on them, according to 21Alive.

Brandon Kiser, 22, of Hudson also reportedly had a suspended license and was driving without insurance.  He was arrested on preliminary charges of driving while suspended, no insurance, false registration and possession of meth.

Marissa Wynne, 18, of Hudson was arrested on meth possession and paraphernalia charges.

 

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