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Bradford deputies raid suspected meth lab


Monitor Editor

The Bradford County Sheriff’s Office said deputies arrested seven people after an anonymous tip led them to a home near Paradise Lake west of Keystone Heights.

According to a sheriff’s office press release, when deputies arrived at the residence, they found several individuals outside the house. Once inside the home, they found evidence of methamphetamine production.

Firefighters from Theressa, Heilbron Springs and a Clay County hazardous materials unit cleared the structure of dangerous chemicals.

Deputies arrested (1) Kevin Andrew Donley, 36, of Melrose for a  Clay County warrant of  aggravated battery, (2) Willie Alshaker Ford, 35, of  Melrose for Bradford County warrants of  sale of cocaine and possession of cocaine, (3) Justin Mathew Willingham, 28, of Keystone Heights for resisting an officer without violence and possession of cocaine, (4) Danielle Nicole Suit, 25, of Keystone Heights for manufacturing and possession of  methamphetamine and keeping of a nuisance house for drug activity, (5) Kodiak Lee Spence, 26, of Interlachen for manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine, (6) Hunter Elliot Spence, 24, of Interlachen for manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine and (7) James Ernie Padgett, 48,  of Keystone Heights for possession of marijuana.

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