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Man Arrested After Package of Meth Seized at Cemetery

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GLASGOW, WV (WOWK) - Glasgow Police say one man is behind bars after a suspicous package was found at the Kanawha Valley Memorial Garden Cemetery.

Officers were dispatched to the cemetery after a 911 call of suspicious activity. Once on scene, they found the cemetery had been shipped a package containing three pounds of methamphetamine. 

Terry Richards was arrested at the cemetery and charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. Investigators cannot yet release if the package was sent to Richards or how exactly he is connected to the package.

Glasgow Police are working with other law enforcement agencies and are still actively investigating the incident.

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