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Man Caught Driving Recklessly with Baby on Board; Pair Busted for Drugs
Posted on: 01/10/2014
By  Mike Cullums
 
Marietta Police arrested a man Thursday for allegedly driving recklessly with a baby in his vehicle.  
 
Captain Jeff Waite says 30-year-old Keith Allen Huff of 304 Fifth Street in Lowell was seen by officers at the Starfire convenience store on Muskingum Drive, driving aggressively and nearly striking the fuel pumps.
 
After the officers pulled him over, Waite says they found an 11-month-old infant in the back seat, in a child safety seat.  When police asked for his license, Huff replied that he did not have one. He was arrested for child endangerment, driving under suspension and reckless operation, and was later released on a public recognizance bond.
 
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Washington County Sheriff Larry Mincks says two New Matamoras residents were arrested on felony drug charges yesterday following the execution of a search warrant at the apartment complex at 1308 Williamson Avenue in the village.  
 
Detectives of the Major Crimes Task Force executed the search warrant at the residence of 29-year-old Nicholas Boley and 43-year-old Donna Paredes after conducting controlled purchases of marijuana from Boley in July and August of last year.  
 
Upon executing the search warrant, Mincks says detectives located digital scales, plastic bags, a pill grinder, plastic straws, a small amount of marijuana and pills that appeared to have been packaged for sale. Paredes was also allegedly found in possession of eight oxycodone pills and four Adderall pills.
 
At the conclusion of the search warrant, detectives arrested Nick Boley on a fifth degree felony charge of trafficking in drugs and Donna Paredes on two fifth degree felony charges of possession of drugs.  Additional evidence pertaining to the suspects’ involvement in drug trafficking and drug tampering will be presented for potential indictment to a future grand jury.  
 
They remained in the Washington County Jail today pending the posting of bonds.  
 
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