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Dawsonville woman indicted on meth trafficking
I-Meth Trafficking Klein mug
A Dawsonville woman accused of trafficking methamphetamine - and concealing it in a can of peaches - has been indicted on various drug charges by a Forsyth County Grand Jury. Lorrie Dianne Klein, who was 46 at the time of her arrest, made headlines in April when she was arrested with nearly 100 grams of methamphetamine - or an estimated 1,000 doses - hidden in a can of peaches that she had altered to create a concealment container, said Deputy Epifanio Rodriguez, a spokesman for the sheriff's office, at the time. She was also reportedly found with 10 grams of marijuana and other drug-related items, he said.