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PSP: Two additional arrests made in methamphetamine case

March 5, 2014

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Last week, Punxsutawney-based Pennsylvania State Police announced the arrest of Michael Paul Guthrie, 42, Brookville, in association with a narcotics investigation that discovered the alleged manufacturing of methamphetamine in Jefferson County after a search
was executed at Guthrie's Manor Lane, Brookville residence.

On Wednesday, police said in an addition to the report that two more arrests had been made on Tuesday in association with the case.

Police said the Jefferson County Drug Task Force and Troop C Vice Unit arrested Farah Elizabeth Paul, 28, Brookville, and Brandon Alan Kiehl, 29, Brookville, in connection with the investigation.

Through the investigation, the report alleged, it was discovered that Kiehl and Paul provided Guthrie with the necessary ingredients to manufacture methamphetamine.

Both Kiehl and Paul were taken to District Judge Gregory Bazylak's office, where they were arraigned and placed in the Jefferson County Jail in lieu of $100,000 cash bail.

Police also said the investigation is ongoing.

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