Watseka residents facing possession of Meth charges


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WATSEKA, Ill. – Two Watseka residents have been arrested on possession of methamphetamine charges. 

The Iroquois County Sheriff’s department took 30-year-old Connor Wallace and 38-year-old Heather Osborne into custody on outstanding warrants for possession of less than 5 grams of methamphetamine.

Both individuals are currently being held in the Iroquois County Jail.

The Iroquois County Sheriff’s department reminds residents that they take drug offenses seriously and will continue to investigate and make arrests in such cases.

The possession of methamphetamine is a serious crime and can lead to devastating consequences. The Iroquois County Sheriff’s department encourages anyone with information regarding drug activity to come forward and report it to the authorities.


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