Two Martin City residents allegedly had more than 3 pounds of meth

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Two Martin City residents are facing federal drug-related charges following an investigation that began late last year by the Northwest Montana Drug Task Force, according to a press release from Sheriff Brian Heino.

Patrick O’Leary and Toni Krause-Velasquez are incarcerated on a federal hold. Over the course of seven months the task force conducted controlled purchases of methamphetamine and executed multiple search warrants on vehicles and residences. Throughout the investigation approximately 3.5 pounds of methamphetamine was seized along with over $7,000, multiple vehicles and multiple firearms.

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