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SPANISH FORK — Police arrested six people on suspicion of drug possession at a home in Spanish Fork Monday.
Detectives with the Spanish Fork Police Department and Utah County Narcotics enforcement team executed a search warrant at a home Monday that had been monitored for possible use and distribution of illegal narcotics, police said in arresting documents.
Six people — Larry Kameron Shoell, 29, Shauna Leigh Blevins, 25, Celeste Julia Blevins, 26, Susan Ellen Knight, 40, Tamera Jane Stubbs, 51, and Kimball Alan Millet, 58 — were arrested for investigation of possessing drugs and drug paraphernalia, according to the documents.
Methamphetamine, opiates and drug paraphernalia were recovered from the house, according to the documents. All six of the arrested individuals have been previously arrested in Utah County a combined 80 times, mostly for drug offenses.