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HAVLIK ARRESTED AGAIN ON DRUG CHARGES IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY

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Law enforcement in Cumberland County stopped a driver Saturday after he pulled out of Executive Inn for a traffic violation. After 57-year-old Kurt Dwayne Havlik of Crossville reportedly told authorities he had a burnt marijuana cigarette in the vehicle, a search allegedly revealed several pills, meth and just over $900 in cash. Havlik was charged with felony manufacture, sale and delivery of drugs as well as meth. He was processed into the jail and bond initially set at $120,000.

Havlik was arrested earlier this month after law enforcement got a tip of illegal drug sales in a room at the Quality Inn in Crossville. Law enforcement encountered Havlik and allegedly located pills and nearly 7 grams of meth. Also reportedly found under a mattress included several unused plastic bags, a digital scale and $260 in cash. Havlik was arrested then for felony manufacture, sale and delivery of meth and a controlled substance.


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