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Meth and fentanyl found during Oneida traffic stop

Posted 9/28/22

Four people have been charged with drug possession following a traffic stop in Oneida on Monday.

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Meth and fentanyl found during Oneida traffic stop

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ONEIDA — Four people have been charged with drug possession following a traffic stop in Oneida on Monday, according to the Oneida Police Department.

Police said the vehicle was stopped in Oneida on Monday as part of a joint operation between the police department and the Madison County Sheriff’s Office.

Police said they found quantities of methamphetamine and fentanyl in the vehicle.

Charged were John Oherien, 47, of Canastota, Lindy Lagrange, 47, of Oneida, Mark Morey Jr., 38, of Canastota, and Dylan McNabb, 30, of Oneida, police said.

All four have been charged with one count each of third and fourth-degree possession of a controlled substance, both felonies, and at least two counts each of seventh-degree possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, police said. All four are scheduled to appear in Oneida City Court.

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