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Quarles, AndreDistrict News: Andre QUARLES was arrested on November 16, 2016, in Gary, Indiana, by members of the United States Marshals Service of the Northern District of Indiana, Hammond office. Quarles was wanted for Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine out of the Central District of Illinois. Charges allege that Quarles conspired to purchase five kilograms of cocaine on or about September 29, 2008 and continuing through October 23, 2008 with the intent to sell the cocaine for profit.

On November 17, 2016 Deputy U.S. Marshals of the Northern District of Indiana identified a residence that Quarles was doing some repair work on. Deputy U.S. Marshals conducted a vehicle stop as Quarles was leaving the residence. Quarles was taken safely into custody and transported to the Federal District Courthouse in Hammond, Indiana.

CALHOUN, Roderick LamontFugitive of the Month: Roderick CALHOUN -
the Northern District of Indiana, United States Marshals Service has been assigned to locate and arrest fugitive Roderick Calhoun. Calhoun is wanted for Dealing Cocaine. Calhoun’s whereabouts are unknown. He has connections to Northern Indiana with ties to Gary.

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