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Union Vandalism Complaint Results In Drug Arrest

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A report of vandalism led to the arrest of a town of Union woman on drug charges.

Authorities say state police stopped a suspect vehicle while looking into a complaint that someone had broken a window at a house.

Police say 29-year-old Sandra Bolynn, who was a passenger in the vehicle, said she lived at the house and had accidentally broken the window.

Troopers say they detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle, so they searched it and its occupants.

Investigators say Bolynn was found to be in possession of some marijuana and six “methamphetamine salts pills.”

Bolynn was issued an appearance ticket for Union town court.

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