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Four Siblings Face Meth Charges

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GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - Four siblings from Grand Forks are facing felony charges for distributing methamphetamine.
    
The four individuals face a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison for the state charges. Federal felony charges may soon be filed.
    
Law enforcement officials allege that 42-year-old Don Keplin, 31-year-old Dustin Keplin, 29-year-old Desiree Keplin and 26-year-old Doree Keplin were involved in sale of meth to confidential informants.
    
Don, Dustin and Doree are in Grand Forks County jail awaiting trial; Desiree bailed out.

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