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The Daily Register - Harrisburg, IL
  • Drug arrests made Thursday night

  • Officers of the Southern Illinois Drug Task Force and Deputies of the Saline County Sheriff's Office made several drug arrests Thursday night, just outside Harrisburg.
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  • Officers of the Southern Illinois Drug Task Force and Deputies of the Saline County Sheriff's Office made several drug arrests Thursday night, just outside Harrisburg.
    Officers were working from tips of possible drug activity along Quails Run Lane, about 2 miles southwest of Harrisburg.
    Officer located a working methamphetamine lab and materials at the Terry Wilson residence at 301 Quail's Run Lane, Harrisburg.
    Officers arrested Terry R. Wilson, 49, of Harrisburg on charges of unlawful possession of controlled substance, unlawful possession of meth manufacturing materials and unlawful manufacture of meth.
    Joseph P. Stefko, 50, of Harrisburg was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance; failure to appear for status hearing on meth possession; driving while license suspended enhanced; and failure to appear for a status hearing on unlawful participation in meth manufacturing, unlawful possession of anhydrous ammonia, unlawful possession of meth manufacturing material, meth possession and unlawful possession of controlled substance; failure to appear for status hearing on meth possession, aggravated unlawful use of weapons, three counts of unlawful possession of weapons by a felon, three counts of possession of weapon without required Firearm Owners Identification Card and driving while license suspended enhanced.
    Edith J. Gulley, 27, of Cahokia was arrested on charges of driving while suspended, and cited on charges of driving with no headlights when required and illegal use of an amplified sound system.
    Tips from the public led to the arrests and the public is encouraged to contact the Saline County Sheriff's Office when they see suspicious activity. Saline County Sheriff's Office is a member of the Southern Illinois Drug Task Force.
    The case is still being investigated.
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