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News : Arrests Made In Chillicothe Drug Investigation
Posted by Randy on 2013/10/30 9:30:06 (1220 reads) News by the same author

A 3 month undercover drug investigation by Chillicothe police completed Monday has resulted in the arrest of several persons accused of distributing controlled substances in Chillicothe.

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Chillicothe Police Department Captain, Tony Kirkendoll, said drugs purchased during the undercover investigation were methamphetamine, prescription pills, and marijuana.

Kirkendoll said April Owings of Trenton was accused of 3 counts of distribution of a controlled substance near a school. Bond is $35,000 cash only.

Stephanie Rodriquez, Carson Symmonds, Patricia Folsom, Michael Oleson, Billie Gray, Kevin Gray, and Desmond Huff, all from Chillicothe, are charged with distribution of a controlled substance near a school. Each has a bond of $25,000 cash.

Blaze Hussey of Chillicothe is charged with distribution of not more than 5 grams of marijuana. Bond is $15,000 cash.

Captain Kirkendoll said former Chillicothe resident, Brent Slaughter, was being sought on a warrant accusing him with distribution of a controlled substance near a school. The charge carries a bond of $25,000 cash. Captain Kirkendoll said persons with information where Slaughter can be located are asked to contact the Chillicothe Police Department.

Arrested earlier as a result of the drug investigation were Leon Smith and Abby Cooley, both of Chillicothe. Smith was arrested October 22nd and Ms. Cooley in August. Both are charged with distribution of a controlled substance.

Ages of the persons charged were not available from Chillicothe police.

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