Five charged with drug offenses

Five charged with drug offenses

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Hurting so many families

Monroe, TN

#1 Nov 3, 2012
Karen Lynn Clough, 48, of Oakley Street, Livingston, was indicted in the July term of the grand jury. She is charged with selling drugs and doing so near a school.

Allegedly, Clough sold oxycodone twice on May 23, 2011, within 1,000 feet of Park View Elementary School. The case was investigated by Detective Randy Roland.

Clough was arrested October 19 by Deputy Larry Bennett. She will be arraigned in Criminal Court on November 13.

Read more: Herald Citizen - Five charged with drug offenses
As District Attorney Randy York continues to focus on the prescription drug problem in this area, law officers continue to work undercover to make cases against alleged offenders.

In recent unrelated cases, the Putnam grand jury has indicted five persons for selling prescription drugs.

You can see pictures on Herald Citizen website. So sad so many people will suffer from things like this. I will be praying for all of you

• Nickolina Ingrid Provost, 26, of McBroom Branch Road, Cookeville, was indicted in the October term of the grand jury for allegedly selling and delivering dihydrocodeinone on November 18, 2011, and for allegedly selling and delivering morphine on January 9, 2012.

The cases were investigated by Putnam Sheriff’s Detective Randy Roland.

Provost was arrested October 22 by Deputy Gabe Frizzell. Her bond was set at $8,000, and she will be arraigned in Criminal Court on November 13.

• Kelly Kathleen Schaffer, 45, of Stout Street, Cookeville, was indicted in the October term of the grand jury on charges of selling and delivering illegal drugs and doing so within 1,000 feet of a nursery school, thus violating the state’s Drug Free School Zone law.

In a case handled by Sheriff’s Investigator Chuck Johnson, Schaffer is accused of selling and delivering oxycodone on April 12, 2012, selling and delivering cocaine on April 13, 2012, selling and delivering oxycodone on May 9, 2012, and with making some of the sales within 1,000 feet of Sunshine Creative Pre-School.

She was arrested October 15 by U.S. Marshal’s Task Force Agent Patrick Storie. Her bond was set at $31,000, and she posted bond and was released on October 17. She is to be arraigned in Criminal Court on November 13.

• Cynthia May Irick, 30, of McBroom Branch Road, Cookeville, was indicted in the October term of the grand jury on a charge of sale and delivery of drugs last year and this year.

She is accused of selling alprazolam on November 29, 2011, selling dihydrocodeinone on December 15, and selling morphine on January 6, 2012.

• Timothy Bryion Koontz, 54, of McBroom Branch Road, Cookeville, was indicted on the same charges as Irick in the same case, which was investigated by Detective Randy Roland.

Irick and Koontz were arrested October 22 by Deputy Josh Reams and Deputy Gabe Frizzell. They are to be arraigned in Criminal Court on November 13.

Read more: Herald Citizen - Five charged with drug offenses
Not saying any of these people are guilty. I just find it interesting.
little johnny

Monroe, TN

#2 Nov 5, 2012
wow I hate to hear that. I know her and never thought about her doing anything like this but it happens all the time. I hope they all can get some help
what

Cookeville, TN

#3 Nov 5, 2012
Hurting so many families wrote:
Karen Lynn Clough, 48, of Oakley Street, Livingston, was indicted in the July term of the grand jury. She is charged with selling drugs and doing so near a school.
Allegedly, Clough sold oxycodone twice on May 23, 2011, within 1,000 feet of Park View Elementary School. The case was investigated by Detective Randy Roland.
Clough was arrested October 19 by Deputy Larry Bennett. She will be arraigned in Criminal Court on November 13.
Read more: Herald Citizen - Five charged with drug offenses
As District Attorney Randy York continues to focus on the prescription drug problem in this area, law officers continue to work undercover to make cases against alleged offenders.
In recent unrelated cases, the Putnam grand jury has indicted five persons for selling prescription drugs.
You can see pictures on Herald Citizen website. So sad so many people will suffer from things like this. I will be praying for all of you
• Nickolina Ingrid Provost, 26, of McBroom Branch Road, Cookeville, was indicted in the October term of the grand jury for allegedly selling and delivering dihydrocodeinone on November 18, 2011, and for allegedly selling and delivering morphine on January 9, 2012.
The cases were investigated by Putnam Sheriff’s Detective Randy Roland.
Provost was arrested October 22 by Deputy Gabe Frizzell. Her bond was set at $8,000, and she will be arraigned in Criminal Court on November 13.
• Kelly Kathleen Schaffer, 45, of Stout Street, Cookeville, was indicted in the October term of the grand jury on charges of selling and delivering illegal drugs and doing so within 1,000 feet of a nursery school, thus violating the state’s Drug Free School Zone law.
In a case handled by Sheriff’s Investigator Chuck Johnson, Schaffer is accused of selling and delivering oxycodone on April 12, 2012, selling and delivering cocaine on April 13, 2012, selling and delivering oxycodone on May 9, 2012, and with making some of the sales within 1,000 feet of Sunshine Creative Pre-School.
She was arrested October 15 by U.S. Marshal’s Task Force Agent Patrick Storie. Her bond was set at $31,000, and she posted bond and was released on October 17. She is to be arraigned in Criminal Court on November 13.
• Cynthia May Irick, 30, of McBroom Branch Road, Cookeville, was indicted in the October term of the grand jury on a charge of sale and delivery of drugs last year and this year.
She is accused of selling alprazolam on November 29, 2011, selling dihydrocodeinone on December 15, and selling morphine on January 6, 2012.
• Timothy Bryion Koontz, 54, of McBroom Branch Road, Cookeville, was indicted on the same charges as Irick in the same case, which was investigated by Detective Randy Roland.
Irick and Koontz were arrested October 22 by Deputy Josh Reams and Deputy Gabe Frizzell. They are to be arraigned in Criminal Court on November 13.
Read more: Herald Citizen - Five charged with drug offenses
Not saying any of these people are guilty. I just find it interesting.
My goodness! I did not know we had someone posting who has never SINNED. You got to cast the first stone. Woo Hoo. Are you not so proud of yourself.
blameitontherain

Rickman, TN

#4 Dec 5, 2012
I don't think they said anything about them being perfect. I know for a fact that I'm not perfect. I also know for a fact that Clough is a sleeze. That is why she don't have her children. She's scum. Not b ecause she was charged & arrested for this but because she is a sleeze bag kind of person. I hope I'm not coming across as better or perfet because I'm not.. I do stuff for ppl without expecting anything in return. And i raise my own children.
becca

United States

#5 Dec 27, 2013
Kelly is my birth mother and far from innocent. That woman is a major repeat offender with active warrants in at least one state. She allowed her druggie friends to abuse her children and never once tried to help us. I say good riddance and extend the sentence as long as possible. She is a pathetic excuse for a parent and deserves what she has coming. No one is mourning this woman or being hurt because of this arrest. Honestly I feel like throwing a party.
Result

Cookeville, TN

#6 Feb 17, 2014
What happened to them

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