Wednesday, March 9, 2022

State Police: Warsaw Man Jailed without Bail:
Man on parole for making meth gets busted for same crime

A man recently released from prison and now on parole for manufacturing methamphetamine has been charged with making meth again, state police said.

Troopers were called to assist a New York State parole officer on Route 20A Thursday and found that Dane O. Killian, 38, of Warsaw was in possession of hydrocodone and oxycodone without a prescription.

Further investigation revealed Killian also had supplies to manufacture meth.

He was charged with misdemeanor criminal possession of a controlled substance and second-degree unlawful manufacturing of meth, a Class C felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison because he has a previous conviction.

Killian was arraigned and committed to Wyoming County Jail without bail.

Killian in August was sentenced to four years in state prison for making meth.

He was allowed to serve his time at Willard Drug Treatment Facility and was released earlier this year.

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