Money dispute leads to drug arrest after disturbance call in Bradley


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BRADLEY, Ill. — A disagreement over money led to a drug arrest in Bradley over the weekend. 

Police responded to a disturbance call at a residence in the 500 block of Hemlock Lane early Saturday morning, where officers discovered 29-year-old David C. Lynch-Wiggs was wanted on a forgery warrant in Kankakee County and a drug possession warrant in Newton County, Indiana. 

The argument over money prompted the police response, ultimately leading to Lynch-Wiggs’ arrest. He is currently in custody and facing charges for both warrants.


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