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Man Attempts To Trade Decongestant For Meth

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A man from Union is in jail this morning after police in Union say he sent a text message to an officer to try and trade for meth on July 17th.

Police say that Kyle Gory was texting officers in this meth deal, and that he offered to trade them a box of 12 hour decongestant, which officers say could be used to manufacture meth.

Gory offered to make the trade on a parking lot on East Main Street, but when law enforcement showed up, Gory ran. Officers were able to apprehend him on foot.

Police say that Gory will be charged with attempting to purchase meth.

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