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On the Daniel Lee Dove newsfront, these snippets from the Daily Progress:

“Defense attorney David Baugh said in court that Dove was at the apartment to get his money back for a bag of sugar and cement sold to him as drugs.”

“Authorities testified neither drugs nor fake drugs were found in the apartment, and there weren’t any recent cell phone calls between Dove and the residents. The Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement task force knows of no drug activity in that building since 2000, authorities said, and there haven’t been 911 calls for drug problems at that address. None of the residents had ties to drugs known to law enforcement.”

“Authorities said that other buildings in the complex had been linked to drug activity.”