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WARREN, Ohio - Bond is set for pair of Howland siblings, charged with drug trafficking.

A not guilty plea was entered on their behalf by the Warren Municipal Court Thursday for the felony charges.

Bond was set at $10,000 for Rachel Chew, and $7,500 for Michael Chew.

The siblings were charged with drug trafficking after they were found with methamphetamine.

Rachel Chew, 28, is charged with drug trafficking, drug possession and possession of materials for manufacturing drugs.

Michael Chew, 22, is charged with drug trafficking.

According to Trumbull-Ashtabula Group Law Enforcement Task Force Lt. Jeff Orr, the arrest was made at 3836 Highlawn Avenue, around 2 p.m. on Tuesday, September 17th.

At the residence, police found methamphetamine, scales, and the remnants of chemicals involved in making the drug.

There were two children living in the home at the time of the arrest.

They have been placed in the custody of family members.

 

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