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Sheriff's Department Makes More Arrests in Drug Round Up

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JONES COUNTY -- The same drug-round-up that lead to the arrests of a pharmacist and his wife last week put twelve more people behind bars.

The Jones County Sheriff's Department executed the arrest warrants at various locations over the weekend.

Each individual had his or her initial appearance at Justice Court today in front of Judge David Lyons. 

A spokesperson says the individuals may or may not have connections with the 13th Avenue Pharmacy raid.

This is the result of a lengthy investigation.

The individuals arrested are as follows: 

  • Pam Manning – Laurel, Possession of Controlled Substance, Bond: $10,000
  • Shelby Swaenepoel – Laurel, Sale of Controlled Substance, Bond: $20,000
  • Jennifer Crews – Stringer – Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver, Bond: $10,000
  • Conswaila Fulford – Ellisville, Conspiracy to Deliver a Controlled Substance, $10,000
  • Christopher Leggett – Laurel, Sale of Controlled Substance
  • Jeffery Smith – Laurel, 2 counts of Sale of a Controlled Substance, Possession of a Controlled Substance(Meth), Weapon Possession by a Felon, Child Endangerment, Bond: $80,000.
  • Jennifer Davenport – Laurel, Possession of Methamphetamine, 2 counts of Sale of a Controlled Substance, Child Endangerment, Bond $70,000
  • James Bernon Wade – Ellisville, Sale of a Controlled Substance, Conspiracy to Deliver a Controlled Substance, (Waved his right to Initial)
  • Robert Woodward – Laurel, Sale of a Controlled Substance, Bond: $25,000
  • Henry David Jernigan, Jr.  – Laurel, Sale of a Controlled Substance, Bond: $25,000
  • Brenda Faith Hutcherson – Laurel, Possession of a Controlled Substance (Transported to Wayne Co.)
  • Shaun Farris – Laurel, Sale of a Controlled Substance, Bond: Revoked
  • Ryan Nicholson – Laurel, Sale of a Controlled Substance, $25,000.

Police are still searching for the following suspects for sale of controlled substance.  Anyone with information on their whereabouts should call Crimestoppers at 601-428-STOP (7867) or the Jones County Sheriff's Department at 601-425-3147.

·         Michael Calhoun – Age: 32.  Last known address: Ellsiville, 

·         Kevin Smith – Age:  44, Last known address: Laurel,

·         Randall Smith – Age:  44, Last known address: Pendorff, 

·       Timothy Hilton – Age: 25, Last known address: Taylorsville

  • John Sims – Age 65, Last known address:  Ellisville

 

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