Logan County Pair Accused of Dealing Meth From Home

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A Logan County man and woman are accused of dealing meth from their home.

David Cummins, 47, and Samantha Miller, 42, were both arrested at their home on Paint Rock Road south of Paris on several methamphetamine and drug complaints, according to a Logan County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page.

The Sheriff’s Office collaborated with Arkansas State Police and the Waldron Police Department in executing a search warrant on the residence. Authorities searched the home upon receiving word that drugs were being sold from the home by the adult occupants. A young female also lives at the residence, but was at school when the search warrant was executed, according to the post.

“We found methamphetamines, prescription drugs not prescribed to the occupants, a jar of substance that appeared to be synthetic marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a surveillance system,” the post said. “The drugs will be packaged and sent to the Arkansas State Crime Laboratory for analysis.”

Cummins and Miller were arrested on the following complaints: delivery of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine with the purpose to deliver, possession of a schedule I or II controlled substance with  purpose to deliver, possession of a schedule IV controlled substance with purpose to deliver, first-degree endangering the welfare of a minor, maintaining a drug premises, possession of drug paraphernalia and use of a communication device.

Both suspects were transported to the Logan County Detention Center.

Authorities contacted the Department of Human Services about the young female living at the residence, according to the post.

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