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DEA to open office in Garden City as drug seizures increase


October 6, 2019

GARDEN CITY, Kan. (AP) — The federal Drug Enforcement Administration plans to reopen an office that in closed two years ago in Garden City.

The Kansas News Service reports the office is reopening at a time when methamphetamine seizures are increasing in Finney County and some drug-related shootings have been reported in the area.

Finney County is one of about a dozen Kansas counties that the DEA classifies as a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.

It isn't clear when the office will open. William Callahan, Special Agent in Charge of the DEA's St. Louis Division, said a team of six agents...

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