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      Two Fulton residents accused of using and selling meth out of their home

      Police search a home in Fulton
      Three Fulton residents were arrested on drug related charges Thursday after a search warrant was executed at a home on Seneca Street. Two of the suspects who live at the residence with their 6-year-old son at the home are accused of using and selling meth.

      Jeremy J. Halstead, 35, and Kathleen E. Halstead, 26, both of the Seneca Street residence, and 21-year-old Nathaniel I. Hollis, of 34 Gillespie Road in Fulton, were arrested.

      Jeremy J. Halstead was charged with felony criminal possession of precursors of methamphetamine, misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child and misdemeanor criminal nuisance in the second degree.

      Kathleen E. Halstead was charged with misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child and misdemeanor criminal nuisance in the second degree.

      Nathaniel I. Hollis was charged with felony criminal possession of precursors of methamphetamine.

      Jeremy Halstead and Nathaniel Hollis are accused of possessing precursors which consisted of ephedrine along with reagents and solvents used to manufacture methamphetamines.

      Jeremy Halstead and Kathleen Halstead are accused of allowing the possession, use and sale of meth at their home.

      Deputies say this placed their 6-year-old son at risk due to the dangers associated with the use and sale of controlled substances and the nature of the chemicals used to make the drug.

      The three suspects were each issued appearance tickets to return to Fulton City Court at 9 a.m. on Thursday, September 12.

      The investigation also resulted in a second search warrant in the town of Granby. Further charges are expected as that investigation continues.

      Anyone with information about this investigation or other drug related offenses are encouraged to call the Oswego County Drug Force anonymous tip line at 315-349-8222 or 1-888-728-9535.