- Associated Press - Monday, September 22, 2014

WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) - The Williams County Sheriff’s Office says two Washington men have been arrested in an oil patch drug case that saw law enforcement officers seize two pounds of meth.

Sgt. Det. Caleb Fry says 45-year-old Terro Bell and 65-year-old Gibson Henderson were arrested Wednesday.

Law enforcement officers found 2 pounds of methamphetamines and 1 ounce of heroin during searches.

Court documents show Bell faces six felony charges regarding possession and delivery. Henderson faces four felony charges.

An affidavit says a confidential informant obtained and sold between five to six pounds of methamphetamine from Bell since June.

Fry says additional arrests are expected in the case.

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