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November 7, 2007

Local drug bust nets 19

Nineteen people were arrested in a drug bust today following a 20-month investigation by the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration.

Of the 19 arrested, two people were from Plainville, one from rural Washington and one from Bloomington. Three of the 19 were already being held at the Daviess County Security Center. The others were arrested in Washington.

More than 50 officers from Washington, Odon, Elnora and Plainville police; Indiana State Police; the U.S. Marshal Service; the DEA; the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department; and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms made the arrests.

“By working in collaboration, federal and local law enforcement can sharply curtail the supply of drugs to help protect our citizens from the prevalent problem,” said Sheriff Steve Cox.

Those arrested are as follows:

• Daeleen R. Skaggs, 23, Cosby Street, $100,000 bond

• Grant W. Donaldson, 44, Ogdon Street, $600,000 bond

• Tammy J. Tincher, 46, Ogdon Street, $250,000 bond

• James A. Mullen, 50, Sunset Towers, $250,000 bond

• Gloria Stone, 40, address unknown, $600,000 bond

• Mary E. Evans, 56, North Street, $100,000 bond

• Martha A. Duzan, 48, North Street, $200,000 bond

• Crystal L. Carreon, 29, U.S. 50E, $100,000 bond

• Raymond A. Stroud, 43, Southview Trailer Court, $450,000 bond

• George B. Thompson, 47, Plainville, $500,000 bond

• Candice L. McKee, 33, Plainville, $250,000 bond

• Patricia L. Noeth, 46, Patoka, $100,000 bond

• Tammy L. Morning, 32, Jefferson Street, $250,000 bond

• Lisa F. Jones, 39, Bloomington, $100,000 bond

• Daniel R. Butler, 35, McCormick Avenue, $250,000 bond

• Johnny R. Berry, 48, North Street, no bond

• Tommy J. Alsman, 61, already in jail, $100,000 bond

• Stephanie A. Riggins, 29, already in jail, $200,000 bond

• Terri Harrison, 37, already in jail, $500,000 bond.

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