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MONTICELLO — Six people were arrested in connection with illegal drug sales in Piatt County, according to the results of a long-term drug investigation released by the Illinois State Police on Friday. 

“The arrests were the result of lengthy, separate investigations, involving the sales of various illegal controlled substances in the Piatt County area,” the state police said in a statement. 

The investigation was conducted by the Piatt County Sheriff's Office and Task Force 6, which is composed of officers from Clinton Police Department, DeWitt County Sheriff’s Department, McLean County Sheriff’s Department, Piatt County Sheriff’s Office, Illinois State University Police Department, and the Illinois State Police.

Arrests were made on Nov. 20 and Nov. 21 with warrants from the Piatt County State’s Attorney’s Office. Police said no further information would be released Friday. 

The charges are as follows:

Stephanie Cafin, 35 of Urbana, was arrested and charged with two counts of the Class 1 felony unlawful delivery of a controlled substance. She was released on bond.

Douglas Critchfield, 29 of Bement, was arrested and charged with three counts of the Class 1 felony unlawful possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance. He was released on bond.

Ronald McDade, 29 of Monticello, was arrested and charged with a Class X and Class 1 felony for two counts of unlawful possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance. He remains in custody.

Andrew Plummer, 31 of Bement, was arrested and charged with one count of the class 3 felony unlawful delivery of a controlled substance. He remains in custody.

Brandon Sellers, 22 of Monticello, was arrested and charged with one count of the Class 1 felony unlawful delivery of a controlled substance. He remains in custody.

Ryan Walters, 22 of Monticello, was arrested and charged with two counts of the Class 1 felony unlawful delivery of a controlled substance. He was released on bond.

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