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3 arrested on felony warrants, other charges in Defiance, Williams Counties

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(WTOL) - Multiple law enforcement agencies worked together to arrest 3 people on felony warrants, among other charges, in Defiance and Williams Counties on Friday.

Police arrested 46-year-old Edward Dalton of Defiance and 28-year-old Blaine Heisler of Bryan in Defiance County.

38-year-old Christopher Karacson of Indiana was arrested in Williams County. 

Police arrested Dalton for a felony warrant for probation violation, while Heisler was arrested for a state parole warrant for Post Release Control Violations while being registered as a sex offender out of Williams County. 

Karacson was arrested on felony warrants for menacing by stalking out of Henry County and felony warrants for possession of methamphetamine, weapons under disability and failure to comply with law enforcement out of Paulding County. 

During a search of the Dalton residence, police also found that Dalton and Heisler were found to be in possession of controlled substances, while 22-year-old Samantha Dalton of Defiance was found to be in possession of suspected methamphetamine. 

Those arrested are being held at CCNO. 

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