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Lyon Deputies Arrest 2 in Meth Sales Investigation

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Armando Bueno Chavez Armando Bueno Chavez
Leslie Posada Leslie Posada

After a month-long investigation into methamphetamine sales in Mason Valley, Silver Springs and Mineral County, Lyon County Sheriff's Deputies have arrested two people.

With the help of the Reno DEA, deputies recovered 1.48 pounds of meth, 5 firearms -- 3 of which were stolen, other stolen property and more than $4,200 in cash.

Deputies also arrested 20-year-old Leslie Posada and 40-year-old Armando Bueno Chavez on meth trafficking and stolen property charges.

They're now being held in the Lyon County Jail on $200,000 bail each.

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