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Posted by Randy on 2014/7/29 10:34:19 (497 reads) News by the same author

PARK HILLS, Mo. (AP) - A total of 21 people were arrested during an early-morning drug roundup Monday.

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According to a press release from the St. Francois County Sheriff's Department, the operation began at 4 a.m.

Officers from Mineral Area Drug Task Force (MADTF), assisted by officers from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, St. Francois County Sheriff’s Office, Desloge Police, Farmington Police, Leadington Police, Ste. Genevieve Police, Ste. Genevieve County Sheriff’s Office, and Iron County Sheriff’s Office, served arrest warrants on 21 individuals.

The arrests are the culmination of a two-year narcotics investigation conducted by MADTF members in the St. Francois County and surrounding areas.

All of the cases involved either the sale or distribution of heroin, methamphetamine, or ICE. Only one case involved marijuana.

The 21 individuals arrested in raids include

Amy I. Axley, 29, of Bonne Terre;

Alicia M. Baker, 28, of Park Hills;

Amanda L. Baker, 26, of Desloge;

Timothy L. Barron, 48, of Farmington;

Robert L. Blanton, 55, of Desloge;

Amber M. Boren, 32, of Park Hills;

Stacy D. Coleman, 51, of Park Hills;

Rachele N. Crocker , 31, of Farmington;

Felicia D. Hamblin, 23, of Farmington;

Jackie R. Johnson, 58, of Farmington;

Rebecca W. Johnson, 59, of Farmington;

Jessica A. Lange, 23, of Farmington;

Amber L. Lashley, 28, of Park Hills;

Keith M. Logan, 36, of Farmington;

Randy L. McEntire, 51, of Bismarck;

Darrell M. Plunkett, 36, of Bonne Terre;

Brenda L. Thurman, 46, of Farmington;

Gregory D. Thurman, 49, of Farmington;

Shawn A. Warden, 29, of Bonne Terre;

Justin A. Winch, 27, of Bonne Terre;

Braydon R. Wright, 23, of Desloge.

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