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September 03, 1986

Six men have been indicted on charges linked to alleged conspiracies to drug horses at the Detroit Race Course in Livonia, Mich.

The men face from six months to 15 years in prison if convicted of charges including conspiracy to drug horses, perjury, possession of unauthorized drugs and falsely testifying at a steward meeting, Attorney General Frank Kelley said.

Nayef Agby, Howard Dawson, Kenneth Gertsen, Alexander Ilicin, Jack Terrien and Carlos Alberto Torrente all were indicted by the Wayne County Citizens Grand Jury last week, Assistant Attorney General Theodore Klimaszewski said.

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