published Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office participates in drug roundup

WARRANTS BEING SERVED

Harris said officers are serving warrants for 33 people today. According to the news release, those people are:

• Stacy Johnson Rayborn

• Samuel Salizan Rivera

• William James McElrath

• Wendy Gorham

• Robert Chad Hall

• Nikki Nicole Richter

• Michael Eric Kelley

• Christopher Dale Holcomb

• Kathy Gass Clure

• Jared Farmer

• Lewis Ramsey

• Casey Lee Cryer

• Jennifer Suzanne Harris

• Michael Shane Dunn

• Melissa Sue Lancaster

• Stuart Kennedy

• Demetrius Jermaine Neal

• Staci Stiefel

• Ricky Brian Phillips

• Kimberly Denise Anderson

• Gloria Jean Patterson

• Kelli Marie McManus

• Denise Ivey Stephens

• Christy Hudgens Taylor

• Don Wayne Mitchell

• Reginald Bruce Nixon

• Darak Health Dean

• Patrick Lee Rogers

• Mark Allen Norris

• Lisa Renee Toti

• Judy Lee Slaton

• Tommy Dustin Burt

• Jennifer Waldrop

The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office arrested 20 people Wednesday and charged them with drug-related crimes, and law enforcement says the number might rise.

The sheriff’s office has been investigating drug use in the county for months, according to a news release. Authorities are targeting the misuse of prescription drugs, and Wednesday’s roundup is the first phase of the the investigation.

“Today’s roundup is merely a step in the process, and the investigation will continue,” Sheriff Jimmy Harris said in the release.

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