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Couple arrested in bath salts bust

July 31, 2014

RIDGWAY – Two Ridgway residents were arrested on felony charges of selling and possessing alpha-PVP, the drug commonly known as "bath salts."
Justin Anthony Dalton, 23, and Ann Marie Dalton, 19, both of 318 N. Broad St., Apt. 3, Ridgway, were recently incarcerated as a result of an investigation that began in January.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, police received information on Jan. 9 that Justin and Ann Dalton were receiving bath salts through the U.S. Postal Service while they were staying with Ann's mother, Myrtle McClain in Kane. On Jan. 11, the Kane postmaster, Steven Celletti, contacted police reporting that he was in possession of a package containing suspected bath salts which was to be delivered to Myrtle McClain at 1083 Highland Rd. in Kane.

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