Three arrests, drugs seized by sheriff’s office

By July 12, 2022 5:14 p.m.

BUCYRUS – On July 12, the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office and METRICH executed a narcotics search warrant at 311 Pleasant Hill Dr. The search warrant came at the end of a months-long investigation into the use and the sale of illegal narcotics from the property. The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the New Washington Police Department and the Bucyrus Police Department.

Deborah S. McFarland, 67, Olivia Stockmaster, 27, and Daniel Auck, 60, were arrested. McFarland was the target of the investigation. Deputies seized suspected methamphetamines, currency, prescription drugs, firearms, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Criminal charges are pending against McFarland for licensing drug abuse, meth trafficking, and meth possession.

Criminal charges are pending against Stockmaster for possession of methamphetamines.

Auck was later released pending possible charges.

McFarland and Stockmaster are currently incarcerated at the Crawford County Justice Center and the reports will be forwarded to the Crawford County District Attorney’s Office for consideration of additional charges.

This case is still under investigation by detectives from the sheriff’s office.

Sheriff Scott Kent and Lt. Moser encourage citizens to report suspicious activity to the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office at 419-562-7906 or tip METRICH at 1-419-52-CRIME or https://

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