2 arrested in Preble County raid

Michael Rhoades, 39, and Patricia M. Mullins, 41, both of Lewisburg, were taken into custody after a raid on a suspected drug house in Lewsiburg, Ohio, March 4, 2014. (Photo/Preble County Jail)
Michael Rhoades, 39, and Patricia M. Mullins, 41, both of Lewisburg, were taken into custody after a raid on a suspected drug house in Lewsiburg, Ohio, March 4, 2014. (Photo/Preble County Jail)

LEWISBURG, Ohio (WDTN) – A raid Tuesday on a Lewisburg home suspected of being the location of drug activity resulted in two arrests.

Preble County Sheriff Mike Simpson said his deputies confiscated drug paraphernalia and chemicals used in the manufacture of drugs such as methamphetamine.

Michael Rhoades, 39, and Patricia M. Mullins, 41, both of Lewisburg, were taken into custody.

They are currently being held in the Preble County Jail awaiting arraignment.

Five other people who were at the Lee Street house at the time of the raid were not charged.

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