22 Warrants Issued After Year-Long White Co. Drug Investigation

Jan 22, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: ArkansasMatters

A year-long drug investigation in White County culminated on Tuesday with the issuance of 22 arrest warrants.

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You got that right.
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Jan 22, 2013
 
lets go wrote:
You got that right.
who all they get ?
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That is Great. Keep up the good work

PS. Still not done!
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Jan 22, 2013
 
I know a few of these
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Jan 22, 2013
 
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who all they get ?
It's on Channel 4's website. wwwarkansasmatters.com
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Jan 22, 2013
 
• James Robert Lashlee, 34, of Bald Knob; delivery of a schedule II control substance (three counts); simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms; $40,000 bond.
•Donna McDaniel, 50, of Bald Knob; conspiracy to deliver a schedule II control substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, maintaining a drug premises and delivery of a schedule II control substance; $30,000 bond.
•Melissa Gail Foshee, 45, of Searcy; delivery of a schedule II control substance (two counts); $30,000 bond.
•Darrell Lamont Freeman, 35, of Judsonia; delivery of a schedule II control substance (two counts); $25,000 bond.
•Archie Gene Conway, 47, of Bald Knob; delivery of a schedule II control substance and conspiracy to deliver a schedule II control substance; $20,000 bond.
•Marvin Leroy Ray, 59, of Bradford; delivery of a schedule II control substance (two counts); $20,000 bond.
•Donald Johnson, 34, of Searcy; delivery of a schedule II control substance; $15,000 bond. The task force also seized approximately 2.5 grams of methamphetamine in the form of Ice, valued at $250.00, at time of arrest. Additional charges are pending.
•Chancey Dewayne Burleson, 21, of Bald Knob; conspiracy to deliver a schedule II control substance; $10,000 bond.
•Brittany Lauren Conway a.k.a Brittany Lauren Wainwright, 30, of Bald Knob; delivery of a schedule II control substance; $10,000 bond.
•Donald Coughlin, 34, of Searcy; delivery of a schedule II control substance; $10,000 bond.
•Michael Shawn Crenshaw, 36, of Bald Knob; delivery of a schedule II control substance; $10,000 bond.
• Jennifer Lorraine Kohler, 38, of Bald Knob; delivery of a schedule II control substance; $10,000 bond.
•Baudelio Martinez, 45, of Bald Knob; delivery of a schedule II control substance; $10,000 bond.
•David Wayne Strobel, 38, of Judsonia; delivery of a schedule II control substance; $10,000 bond.


Those with active warrants that have not yet been arrested include:

• Michael Anthony Pruitt, 28, of Judsonia; delivery of a schedule II control substance (two counts); 25,000 bond.
•Rosie Ann Ramsey, 33, of Letona; delivery of a schedule II control substance (three counts); $20,000 ond.
•Janice Bearden, 50, of Bald Knob; delivery of counterfeit substance purported to be a Schedule II Controlled Substance; $10,000 bond.
•Justine Gainey, 21, of Cabot; delivery of a schedule II control substance (two counts); $20,000 bond.
•Paula Kohal, 45, of Searcy; possession of a schedule II controlled substance with purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia and maintaining a drug premises; $15,000 bond.
•Tommy Jay Medler, 34, of Kensett; delivery of a schedule II control substance; $15,000 bond.
•Keith Wayne Orten, 46, of Bald Knob; conspiracy to deliver a schedule II control substance; $15,000 bond.
•Nathan Sorrentino, 34, Bald Knob; delivery of a schedule II control substance; $15,000 bond.
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They'll all be back out in society in no time. It's all about the money in White Co. I know one of those guys and he needs to stay locked up. He's a worthless POS.
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Jan 23, 2013
 
tacosesbueno wrote:
They'll all be back out in society in no time. It's all about the money in White Co. I know one of those guys and he needs to stay locked up. He's a worthless POS.
They ALL won't because some of em already been in prison so those will likely go back.
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Jan 23, 2013
 
Maybe in prison they can find a tooth brush and a bath!

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Jan 23, 2013
 
I hope they spend a long time in jail!
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I know some of these people. And yes some of them are a worthless piece of crap and some of them are just everyday ppl just like the rest of us. Trying to get by and take care of themselves they best that they can.

But I also have to say, I really don't know why marijuana gets such such a bad rap. It's really not any worse than alcohol!

You have to admit...there could really be a lot of tax money made from the sales!! Just like alcohol!
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I know some of these people. And yes some of them are a worthless piece of crap and some of them are just everyday ppl just like the rest of us. Trying to get by and take care of themselves they best that they can.

But I also have to say, I really don't know why marijuana gets such such a bad rap. It's really not any worse than alcohol!

You have to admit...there could really be a lot of tax money made from the sales!! Just like alcohol!
Tell that to the lives that are destroyed because someone cares more about their drugs than they do their children & families. Running or doin drugs is not a very good way to take care of yourself. Not to mention that impressionable kids see adults doin these things. Grow up & be men & women & earn an honest living.
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I know some of these people. And yes some of them are a worthless piece of crap and some of them are just everyday ppl just like the rest of us. Trying to get by and take care of themselves they best that they can.

But I also have to say, I really don't know why marijuana gets such such a bad rap. It's really not any worse than alcohol!

You have to admit...there could really be a lot of tax money made from the sales!! Just like alcohol!
Most of these arrests had to do with meth, not marijuana. And meth is a whole other beast compared to marijuana.
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Jan 23, 2013
 
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Need to get a lot more of this scum off our streets!!!
Iagree. They should all be locked up and throw the key away!
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red wrote:
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Most of these arrests had to do with meth, not marijuana. And meth is a whole other beast compared to marijuana.
Yes, meth is a beast but a bigger beast is OPIATES! Grandparents, aunts, uncles, giving them to the younger generation to sell. Pitiful. What is this world coming to? Opiates have ruined my son's life and almost killed him! The battle is still ongoing. So very, very sad. Anyone with a script needs to take them as directed or flush them! Shame on you, docs, for writing scripts when they aren't needed.
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red wrote:
<quoted text>Most of these arrests had to do with meth, not marijuana. And meth is a whole other beast compared to marijuana.
Yes! I agree
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Jan 23, 2013
 
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I hope they spend a long time in jail!
They won't spend any time in jail if they are first offenders. Five or six years probation. We need someone to lock them up but it doesn't happen.
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kay kay wrote:
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They won't spend any time in jail if they are first offenders. Five or six years probation. We need someone to lock them up but it doesn't happen.
Several of them have served time in prison/county before. I expect a few will go back there. The rest will get a slap on the wrist and sent on their way.
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I know some of these people. And yes some of them are a worthless piece of crap and some of them are just everyday ppl just like the rest of us. Trying to get by and take care of themselves they best that they can.

But I also have to say, I really don't know why marijuana gets such such a bad rap. It's really not any worse than alcohol!

You have to admit...there could really be a lot of tax money made from the sales!! Just like alcohol!
Get by! Get a job! That's getting by.... Not food stamp crack whoring drug slinging!
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Only 22 in one yr. that should be done in a weekend

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