14 people arrested in Northern Colorado meth raids

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Fourteen people were arrested Saturday as the Northern Colorado Drug Task Force served six search warrants as part of an investigation into methamphetamine distribution in Larimer County, the task force announced Sunday.

Over the course of the operation, officers seized more than 2.25 pounds of meth, more than $30,000 in cash, 11 firearms, heroin, psilocybin mushrooms and marijuana, task force commander Greg Yeager said.

Numerous law enforcement agencies cooperated on the operation. At least one warrant was served in the city of Denver.

The suspects arrested on various charges and/or warrants were listed as: Jennifer Barella, 28; Tyrone Faught, 41; Juliana Sanchez, 31; Crystal Burkhart, 37; Diana Renner-Hagerty, 49; Gerald Case, 40; James Quintana, 37; Fernando Pena, 31; Luke Hayden, 38; Mark Miller, 39; Luis Negrete, 24; Derek Rios, 27; and Crystal Duncan, 34; and Deborah Kordeliski, 54.

Charges were pending against several others, Yeager said.



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