A Tri-State woman is arrested for leading a network of meth makers that spanned across the Tri-State.
A Tri-State woman is arrested for leading a network of meth makers that spanned across the Tri-State. It was centered in Mt. Vernon, but investigators say she was maxing out pseudoephedrine purchase limits in New Harmony, Newburgh, Terre Haute, Henderson, Evansville, and Missouri.
Dawn Davis is now facing federal charges for the meth ring. Investigators say she used at least four other people to "smurf," buy pseudoephedrine for her. Police found all the elements at a home on Graddy Rd. in Mt. Vernon.
"Federal law enforcement is committed to ending this cycle of tragedy and violence," said U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett. "Dawn Davis happens to be our most recent example."
If convicted, Davis could be put in prison for life.
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