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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Police have arrested two people in Cromwell - as they try to stamp out meth in Otago

    Police have arrested two people in Cromwell - as they try to stamp out meth in Otago


    The pair, aged 19 and 26, will appear in the Queenstown District Court today on charges of supplying methamphetamine.

    Prevention Sergeant Derek Ealson says the immense damage the drug is causing to their community is unacceptable.

    He says they're committed to reducing that harm - and holding those responsible to account.

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