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Richmond, KY

Amber Hall

June 25, 2009 More Estill arrests made on federal indictments By Rhonda Smyth, CV&T News Editor The arrests made in a drug sweep by Kentucky State Police and federal law enforcement officers on Friday, June 12 came after indictments were returned by a federal grand jury. The indictments, entered in Kentucky Eastern District of the U. S. Court on June 4, revealed an investigation that spanned the months between January, 2008 and March of 2009. Garry G. Norton, Hope R. Sparks, Vicky G. Norton, Thomas B. Norton, Delphine N. Jenkins, Rex A. Hardy, Gerald D. Sturgill, Brandon T. Woolery, Dennis M. Carroll, Danny L. Abney and Darvis G. McIntosh Jr. were all indicted for spiring with each other to distribute oxycodone, a Schedule II controlled substance and distributing oxycodone between Jan. 6, 2008 and March 19, 2009. Indictments were also returned against Farrell Willis, Buford Paul Townsend and Joe Allen Kirby for conspiring together to distribute marijuana during the period between January and September of 2008. Kirby was named in seven counts of distributing marijuana, Willis was named in eight counts and Townsend was named in three counts. The indictments also state that Willis, Townsend and Kirby have or had in their possession $21,000 which law enforcement used as “buy money” during the alleged controlled purchases of drugs from them. It states that if for any reason the United States can’t recover the money, any property which belongs to the three defendants may be forfeited. The papers naming Garry Norton, Sparks, Vicky Norton, Thomas Norton, Jenkins, Hardy, Sturgill, Woolery, Carroll, Abney and McIntosh stated that $19,290 was used by law enforcement to perform the alleged drug buys from these individuals. It stated the U. S. government will seek forfeiture of property held by the defendants to recover the money. The defendants have not been found guilty of any crime for which they were indicted. Should they be convicted, those charged with distributing a Schedule II narcotic can receive up to 20 years in prison and at most $1,000,000 in fines. They would also be subjected to three years of supervision after release from prison. If this is not their first offense they may be sentenced to up to 30 years in prison, $2 million in fines and six years of supervision after release. Those accused of distributing marijuana if found guilty may be sentenced to five years in prison, up to $250,000 in fines and two years of supervised release. That sentence would double if they have been convicted of prior drug charges. Information about hearing or trial dates wasn’t available.  (Jun 30, 2009 | post #5)

Richmond, KY

Amber Hall

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Richmond, KY

Would you turn in drug dealer for large cash reward

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Richmond, KY

Would you turn in drug dealer for large cash reward

More Estill arrests made on federal indictments By Rhonda Smyth, CV&T News Editor The arrests made in a drug sweep by Kentucky State Police and federal law enforcement officers on Friday, June 12 came after indictments were returned by a federal grand jury. The indictments, entered in Kentucky Eastern District of the U. S. Court on June 4, revealed an investigation that spanned the months between January, 2008 and March of 2009. Garry G. Norton, Hope R. Sparks, Vicky G. Norton, Thomas B. Norton, Delphine N. Jenkins, Rex A. Hardy, Gerald D. Sturgill, Brandon T. Woolery, Dennis M. Carroll, Danny L. Abney and Darvis G. McIntosh Jr. were all indicted for spiring with each other to distribute oxycodone, a Schedule II controlled substance and distributing oxycodone between Jan. 6, 2008 and March 19, 2009. Indictments were also returned against Farrell Willis, Buford Paul Townsend and Joe Allen Kirby for conspiring together to distribute marijuana during the period between January and September of 2008. Kirby was named in seven counts of distributing marijuana, Willis was named in eight counts and Townsend was named in three counts. The indictments also state that Willis, Townsend and Kirby have or had in their possession $21,000 which law enforcement used as “buy money” during the alleged controlled purchases of drugs from them. It states that if for any reason the United States can’t recover the money, any property which belongs to the three defendants may be forfeited. The papers naming Garry Norton, Sparks, Vicky Norton, Thomas Norton, Jenkins, Hardy, Sturgill, Woolery, Carroll, Abney and McIntosh stated that $19,290 was used by law enforcement to perform the alleged drug buys from these individuals. It stated the U. S. government will seek forfeiture of property held by the defendants to recover the money. The defendants have not been found guilty of any crime for which they were indicted. Should they be convicted, those charged with distributing a Schedule II narcotic can receive up to 20 years in prison and at most $1,000,000 in fines. They would also be subjected to three years of supervision after release from prison. If this is not their first offense they may be sentenced to up to 30 years in prison, $2 million in fines and six years of supervision after release. Those accused of distributing marijuana if found guilty may be sentenced to five years in prison, up to $250,000 in fines and two years of supervised release. That sentence would double if they have been convicted of prior drug charges. Information about hearing or trial dates wasn’t available.  (Jun 30, 2009 | post #85)

Irvine, KY

pea ridge

pea ridge aint that bad it is what you make of it  (Jun 30, 2009 | post #14)

Richmond, KY

Would you turn in drug dealer for large cash reward

jenny cain, amber hall, melvin smith, darvis mcintosh jr, darvis mcintosh, johnny mcintosh, johnny ellington, jewel conner, liz and dale, brook, gary norton and the whole family, and i could go on and on  (Jun 30, 2009 | post #83)

Richmond, KY

liz and dale richardson

still making fake money, and poor dale is sick really hope he does this world a favor and just die so there will be less drugs and fake ass money  (Jun 30, 2009 | post #1)

Richmond, KY

johnny ellington

nasty son of bitch, aids drug dealer and user buy some diapers  (Jun 29, 2009 | post #1)

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