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Seven Arrested in Separate Forest County Drug Investigations

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Police in Forest County have arrested seven people in three separate drug investigations.

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Aimee Anwash.
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Duran Teller.
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Lloyd Tourtillott.
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Tina Teller.
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Glenda Parks.
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Leah Larock-Rosio.

On Nov. 19, deputies arrested 26-year-old Aaron Morris of Crandon near that city. They found several prescription pills in his car. While he was being booked into the Forest County Jail, three aluminum foil bundles with fentanyl and crack cocaine fell from his body.

Two days later, four people riding in a car in Wabeno were arrested. The car had fentanyl and drug items inside. Thirty-four-year old Aimee Anwash of Wabeno, 33-year-old Duran Teller of Wabeno, 35-year-old Lloyd Tourtillott of Keshena, and 58-year-old Tina Teller of Shawano were taken into custody. A later search of a Wabeno home belonging to Anwash and Duran Teller revealed more fentanyl, packaging materials, and prescription pills. A three-year-old child was taken into protective custody.

On Tuesday, deputies arrested 52-year-old Glenda Parks and 28-year-old Leah Larock-Rosio near Crandon. Both women are from Wabeno. A search of their car revealed meth and drug items. Larock-Rosio was taken to the hospital after ingesting illegal drugs while on scene.

The suspects in all cases are either in Forest County Jail or out on bond.

Ben worked as the Special Topics Correspondent at WXPR from September 2019 until November 2021. He now contributes occasionally to WXPR. During his full-time employment, his main focus was reporting on environment and natural resources issues in northern Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula as part of The Stream, a weekly series.
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