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7 arrested in Union County drug bust

UNION COUNTY, IL (KFVS) -

Seven people are facing multiple drug charges following a drug bust earlier this summer.

The arrests stem from a drug bust from August 16.

Union County Sheriff's Deputies carried out a search warrant at the home of Ty and Jeanne Dalton at 115 Kohler Street in Anna.

According to investigators, the Daltons and 20-year-old Frankie Fowler of rural Anna were inside when they entered the home.

Items found led investigators to four other people: 20-year-old Meagan L. Miller, 18-year-old Chance C. Chapman, 27-year-old Larry B. Ledbetter, and 30-year-old Jenny D. Spurlock.

All were indicted on charges for either making methamphetamine or selling heroin in Union County.

Ty and Jeanne Dalton also now face charges of child endangerment for allegedly cooking meth with a child present.

Each person is being held in the Jackson County Jail on $100,000 bond.

Mugshots for those involved can be seen in the video player above.

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