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Former WLOX reporter not indicted on drug charges

By WLOX Staff

GULFPORT, MS (WLOX) - Three men arrested last October were indicted by a grand jury Thursday. Ronnie Blacklidge, Junior, Joseph Mathis and Jonathon Cullifer all now face drug charges.

A fourth person arrested, former WLOX reporter Toni Miles, will not be prosecuted on drug possession charges. An assistant district attorney said the grand jury came back with what's called a no true bill against Miles. That means there wasn't enough evidence to indict Miles on drug charges.

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