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Texas & Oklahoma Residents Arrested for Drugs in Dickinson Motel

Kathy Whyte/ News Radio 1290 WNBF

Two Texas residents and an Oklahoma man are being charged with drug possession after New York State Police responded to the Fairfield Inn on Upper Front Street in the Town of Dickinson November 2.

Troopers say a man, described as a customer, called police saying he thought he was in danger.

Authorities say that claim didn’t pan out but the man, his father and a woman were found to possess methamphetamine and marijuana.

44 year old Richard Sandell of Andres Texas, 24 year old Richard Sandell, Jr. of Sapulpa, Oklahoma and 25 year old Brynna Teague of Sunset, Texas were arrested and sent to the Broome County Jail without bail.

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