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Six arrested in Willet meth bust

Staff Reporter
WILLET — Police arrested six suspects Tuesday in Willet after receiving a 5 a.m. tip of a possible methamphetamine lab in the area, a spokesperson with the Cortland County Sheriff’s Department said Tuesday night.
Police arrested Sharyn K. Lienemann, 46; Victoria P. Woodrome, 19; Garrett C. Lackner, 21; Andrew S. Overbaugh, 24; and Megan A. Woodrome, 22, all of 1363 Route 41 in Willet, Sheriff’s Department Lt. Todd Caufield said in an email. They also arrested Napolean N. Tetreault, 47, of Route 26 in Taylor, he said.
Officers arrived to find several of the suspects manufacturing methamphetamine in a small apartment at 1363 Route 41, Caufield said. They staked out the area while investigators from the sheriff’s department prepared a search warrant. Just before police executed the warrant, the suspects left the apartment in a vehicle, he said.
Police stopped the vehicle on Route 41 as it was leaving the driveway near the intersection with Route 26, and all sixsuspects were arrested about 11:30 a.m.





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