Drug roundup results in 59 indictments

Drug roundup results in 59 indictments

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Versailles, KY

#1 Apr 6, 2010
FINALLY NICHOLASVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS MAKING PROGRESS IN CLEANING UP OUR TOWN!!!!
Police searching for 22 suspects
By Mike Moore
mmoore@jessaminejournal.com
April 6, 2010
The Jessamine County grand jury returned 59 indictments Monday related to an April 1 drug roundup conducted by the Nicholasville Police Department and the Kentucky State Police.
The joint operation, police said, helped shut down what they termed a “southern pipeline.”
The pipeline extended from Nicholasville and the surrounding counties to Florida, where people have been fraudulently obtaining prescription drugs from health care providers.
“We are thrilled to be in this partnership with the KSP Task Force,” Sgt. Scott Harvey said.“Whenever we are able to join forces with another law enforcement agency, it helps everyone involved. We look forward to taking many more dealers off the street by being involved in this task force.”
A total of 1,439 pills, including Oxycodone and Xanax, were confiscated with an estimated street value of more than $34,000.
In addition to the pipeline, members of the task force also targeted a steroid distribution ring in central Kentucky on March 24 when one person was arrested and charged with second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. Detectives seized approximately 10,000 dosage units of steroids with a street value of more than $100,000.
Nicholasville police have arrested 37 of the 59 and are asking for the public’s help in locating the last 22 people, whose names are indicated with bold lettering.
Indicted were:
• Russell Cooper, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance and second-degree persistent felony offender.
• Donald Lunsford, charged with trafficking in controlled substance near a school
• Benjamin Dunaway, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Joyce Mires, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Quantella Higgins, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Randall Laduke, charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance and second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Joanne Hall, charged with second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Jeffrey Hall, charged with three counts second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
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Versailles, KY

#2 Apr 6, 2010
• Melody Lowery, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance and two counts second-degree trafficking in controlled substance.
• Chadric Rainwater, charged with second-degree trafficking in controlled substance, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance and second-degree persistent felony offender.
• Casey Kendrick, charged with three counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Charlene Pierce, charged with two counts second-degree trafficking in controlled substance and first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Michael Glover, charged with three counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Anna Nevius, charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Robbie Burton, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Walter Cochran, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• James Michael Clark, charged with two counts second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Natasha Corman, charged with second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Deary Douglas Brooks, charged with second-degree trafficking in controlled substance and second-degree persistent felony offender
• Timothy Barnhill, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• David Lane Dawson, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance and first-degree persistent felony offender
• Allen Baker, charged with two counts second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Johnny Farthing, charged with three counts trafficking in controlled substance
• Kendle McDonald, charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance, second-degree trafficking in controlled substance and first-degree persistent felony offender
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Versailles, KY

#3 Apr 6, 2010
• Billy Ray Hendrickson, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Johnathen Cook, charged with three counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Felix Asher, charged with two counts second-degree trafficking in controlled substance and second-degree persistent felony offender
• Corey Burch, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Clark Lewis, charged with three counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Savannah Gaines, charged with second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Douglas Graham, charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• John Griffin, charged with seven counts first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, and second-degree persistent felony offender
• Christine Bass, charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance, second-degree trafficking in controlled substance and trafficking in controlled substance, in or near a school
• Timothy Gill, three counts trafficking in marijuana, less than 8 ounces, cultivation marijuana, five or more plants and possession of drug paraphernalia
• Delbert Terrell, charged with three counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Donald George Taylor, charged with second-degree trafficking in controlled substance.
• Hollie Taylor, charged with second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Mark Stinnett, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Cheryl Greer, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Alissa Smith, charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance, second-degree trafficking in controlled substance.
• David Smallwood Jr., charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Bobbie Saylor, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Virginia Rose, charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Paula Cokonougher, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Jolene Herbst, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
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Versailles, KY

#5 Apr 6, 2010
THIS IS THE FIRST POST. IDK WHY IT DIDNT POST FIRST.

FINALLY NICHOLASVILLE AND JESSAMINE COUNTY POLICE ARE DOING SOMETHING TO CLEAN UP OUR TOWN!!!

The Jessamine County grand jury returned 59 indictments Monday related to an April 1 drug roundup conducted by the Nicholasville Police Department and the Kentucky State Police.

The joint operation, police said, helped shut down what they termed a “southern pipeline.”

The pipeline extended from Nicholasville and the surrounding counties to Florida, where people have been fraudulently obtaining prescription drugs from health care providers.

“We are thrilled to be in this partnership with the KSP Task Force,” Sgt. Scott Harvey said.“Whenever we are able to join forces with another law enforcement agency, it helps everyone involved. We look forward to taking many more dealers off the street by being involved in this task force.”

A total of 1,439 pills, including Oxycodone and Xanax, were confiscated with an estimated street value of more than $34,000.

In addition to the pipeline, members of the task force also targeted a steroid distribution ring in central Kentucky on March 24 when one person was arrested and charged with second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. Detectives seized approximately 10,000 dosage units of steroids with a street value of more than $100,000.

Nicholasville police have arrested 37 of the 59 and are asking for the public’s help in locating the last 22 people, whose names are indicated with bold lettering.

Indicted were:

• Russell Cooper, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance and second-degree persistent felony offender.

• Donald Lunsford, charged with trafficking in controlled substance near a school

• Benjamin Dunaway, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance

• Joyce Mires, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance

• Quantella Higgins, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance

• Randall Laduke, charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance and second-degree trafficking in controlled substance

• Joanne Hall, charged with second-degree trafficking in controlled substance

• Jeffrey Hall, charged with three counts second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
curious

Columbus, OH

#6 Apr 6, 2010
That's funny a girl just the other day was arrested on this. She got out of jail for 60 bucks on trafficking in the second. She has other chargers pending in another county for neglecting her children because of her drug use. How does this happen? Is she helping the police because I didn't see her name on the list. They can't catch a cold around here. And if they do, they know the High Sheriff or Chief of Police or a Judge and they throw these pieces of sh*t right back on the street or put them in "drug court". That's a joke around here. But that's local small town politics for you. It's happened for years and isn't stopping anytime soon. So you can vote in as many new guys/gals that you want but this town isn't going to change. The power trip in this county is amazing. I hope the state is keeping their eyes on this town.
you know who it is

Nicholasville, KY

#7 Apr 6, 2010
Yes Yes Yes wrote:
FINALLY NICHOLASVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS MAKING PROGRESS IN CLEANING UP OUR TOWN!!!!
Police searching for 22 suspects
By Mike Moore
mmoore@jessaminejournal.com
April 6, 2010
The Jessamine County grand jury returned 59 indictments Monday related to an April 1 drug roundup conducted by the Nicholasville Police Department and the Kentucky State Police.
The joint operation, police said, helped shut down what they termed a “southern pipeline.”
The pipeline extended from Nicholasville and the surrounding counties to Florida, where people have been fraudulently obtaining prescription drugs from health care providers.
“We are thrilled to be in this partnership with the KSP Task Force,” Sgt. Scott Harvey said.“Whenever we are able to join forces with another law enforcement agency, it helps everyone involved. We look forward to taking many more dealers off the street by being involved in this task force.”
A total of 1,439 pills, including Oxycodone and Xanax, were confiscated with an estimated street value of more than $34,000.
In addition to the pipeline, members of the task force also targeted a steroid distribution ring in central Kentucky on March 24 when one person was arrested and charged with second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. Detectives seized approximately 10,000 dosage units of steroids with a street value of more than $100,000.
Nicholasville police have arrested 37 of the 59 and are asking for the public’s help in locating the last 22 people, whose names are indicated with bold lettering.
Indicted were:
• Russell Cooper, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance and second-degree persistent felony offender.
• Donald Lunsford, charged with trafficking in controlled substance near a school
• Benjamin Dunaway, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Joyce Mires, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Quantella Higgins, charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Randall Laduke, charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance and second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Joanne Hall, charged with second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
• Jeffrey Hall, charged with three counts second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
The police arent cleaning up anything, they let a man go for robbing an 80 year old womans house and most of the people on this list arent really drug dealers. The real drug dealers are still walking the street and bringing in drugs. This bust wont change anything there will be drugs on the street and DJ will still be robbing your grandmas house.
omg

Nicholasville, KY

#8 Apr 6, 2010
who is dj
you know who it is

Nicholasville, KY

#9 Apr 6, 2010
DJ graham the person who wore a wire for most of these indictments, he has multiple convictions for robbing peoples homes and they just let him walk so he can rob and rat some more.
fate

Lexington, KY

#10 Apr 6, 2010
ahhh yes the bi-annual round up. they've done this for many years now, it usually slows things down for about a month until the scum of the city poke there heads back up. in all the years of doing this, nothing has gotten better. if anything, it has gotten worse. I'm starting to think the the city can't simply arrest away its drug problem.
damnman

Columbus, OH

#11 Apr 6, 2010
Natasha Corman, charged with second-degree trafficking in controlled substance
Virginia Rose, charged with two counts first-degree trafficking in controlled substance
how many x's they gonna get busted
yepyep

Lexington, KY

#12 Apr 6, 2010
yeah it wont do much.. the drugs will still be there, people will lay low for a few weeks and everything will be back to normal for another good year... i havnt really seen anyone get a good punishment for their drug involvment... its always a slap on the rist... pretty pathetic but its true.. they will still roam free and this town will continue to be nothing but drugs
rats

Nicholasville, KY

#13 Apr 7, 2010
your main drugheads are the rats,they get in trouble,the cops slaps a wire on them,and then there back out druging it up again,they never get charged,they do what ever they want.they keep on rating,they are on more drug then anyone
river rat

Lexington, KY

#14 Apr 7, 2010
sounds like Justin warner needs some rat poison, what about Jobie and his 14 year old girl friend, he needs to be locked up child molester, can his trashy momma get them out of this
RichieRoxi

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#15 Apr 7, 2010
Wow! I saw some pretty big and common names of Nickvegas like Corman, Stinnett, ETC..... I thought they never arrest the Cormans?

My friend Kelly on here (topix) talks to Mark Stinnett from time to time I cant believe they busted him!!!!

Also, I know the names Alissa Smith and Jolene Herbst from Topix as well!!!! Seems like LOTS of people makin drug runs!!!!

Why only $60 to get out though???? Here where I live in FL, if you have ANY oxycodone pills and they weigh over 4 grams in total weight the bond is $125 THOUSAND DOLLARS!!!! If they catch you with Oxycodone and the pills you have are over 14 grams than it is Two hundred fifty THOUSAND dollars bond (Quarter MILLION dollars) and if you get caught with over 28 grams of Oxycodone pills the bond is HALF A MILLION DOLLARS freakin Five hundred thousand!!!!!!

They are cracking down it seems like, which is a GOOD thing!!!!
exactly

United States

#16 Apr 7, 2010
rats wrote:
your main drugheads are the rats,they get in trouble,the cops slaps a wire on them,and then there back out druging it up again,they never get charged,they do what ever they want.they keep on rating,they are on more drug then anyone
d*mn straight... Jus like scott king and jonathan english. I can't stand a rat. If u get in trouble man up and take it. Don't try to play tattle tale and get sumbody else in trouble. And as for the drugs.... Aslong as there's mf'ers like tj mays, jennifer corman, bobby gillespie and allie maynard the drugs are goin to b here.
gurl

Flemingsburg, KY

#17 Apr 7, 2010
jennifer corman as in used to be jennifer newland?
yea

United States

#18 Apr 7, 2010
Yea the same jennifer i dont know what has gotten into her she used to be cool but dope will make u do that theres a rat u forgot on your list dewey english hell he sales everything that belongs to his child shoots drugs up in front of him daily the police or welfare wont do nothin to him or nasty ass sheila and its a fact im not someone on here talkin shit these are facts and something needs to be done for that childs sake
omg

Lexington, KY

#19 Apr 7, 2010
yea wrote:
Yea the same jennifer i dont know what has gotten into her she used to be cool but dope will make u do that theres a rat u forgot on your list dewey english hell he sales everything that belongs to his child shoots drugs up in front of him daily the police or welfare wont do nothin to him or nasty ass sheila and its a fact im not someone on here talkin shit these are facts and something needs to be done for that childs sake
looks to me that your the rat posting peoples names all over the internet
oh well

Lexington, KY

#20 Apr 7, 2010
scott king and dewey english need to have their names posted all over the internet. they are rats and would rat out their own mother if it would get them out of trouble. scott was responsible for a round up not to long ago.
what about

Lexington, KY

#21 Apr 7, 2010
logan cozine??? trafficking this is nothing new

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