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Meth Watch: Police seek woman on multiple meth charges

EDITOR'S NOTE: Crime Stoppers of Southern Oregon, in cooperation with the Mail Tribune and KTVL Channel 10, is participating in Meth Watch, a program intended to combat the manufacture and sale of methamphetamine in Southern Oregon. Each week, Meth Watch focuses on a person wanted by Jackson or Josephine county law-enforcement agencies for delivery and/or manufacture of methamphetamine.

Precious Esther Mabon is wanted by the Jackson County Sheriff's Department on two counts of delivering methamphetamine and one count of delivering the illegal drug within 1,000 feet of a school. She was indicted in September but didn't appear in Jackson County Circuit Court to hear the charges. Bail on the warrant for her arrest is &

36;75,000.

Mabon is described as a 21-year-old white woman standing 5 feet — inch tall and weighing approximately 110 pounds. She has brown hair, brown eyes and pierced ears. Mabon may be using the aliases of Precious Esther Malson or Precious Esther Falco. The picture shown in today's newspaper was taken in October 2004.

If you have seen Mabon, or have information of her whereabouts, please contact Crime Stoppers of Southern Oregon at 800-3-DETECT (800-333-8328) and refer to case MT/MW-175.

Crime Stoppers will pay a reward of up to &

36;1,000 for information that leads to an arrest in this case or any other unsolved criminal activity. Callers can remain anonymous. The reward is sponsored by Sonitrol of Southern Oregon. In conjunction with Meth Watch, the Mail Tribune compiles weekly statistics to demonstrate the effects of methamphetamine on our community.

Arrests ' Seven people were arrested last week and lodged in the Jackson County Jail on the charge of possessing meth. Three arrests were in conjunction with other criminal charges.

Court appearances ' Fourteen people appeared in Jackson County Circuit Court last week on the charge of possessing meth. Three defendants' indictments included other criminal charges.

Addiction recovery ' Seventeen meth addicts entered outpatient treatment last week at OnTrack Inc. Three meth addicts completed inpatient treatment last week at Addictions Recovery Center. One person was admitted last week to ARC's sobering center while under the influence of meth.