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October 17, 2013

Names released in Raleigh County drug sweep

Beckey Police Department Chief Timothy Deems released the names of 23 people who were arrested Wednesday in a citywide drug sweep.

Local officials issued 67 warrants for felonies, on both state and federal charges of selling illegal drugs.

Deems said 56 of the warrants were served on the 23 suspects who were arrested.

“We are actively searching for 11 more people who have outstanding drug warrants and will continue to look for these peope until they have all been arrested,” Deems said Thursday.

 Police from BPD collaborated with officers from the Raleigh County Sheriff’s Department, West Virginia State Police and US Marshal’s fugitive task force on the sweep.

Those arrested and the charges against them were:

• David Adkins, 33, of Beckley, delivery of counterfeit C/S

• Lloyd Lee Bolt, 46, of MacArthur, delivery of Xanax

• Lorna Cox, 52, of Beckley, delivery of cocaine base

• William Elam, 48, of Beaver, two counts of conspiracy

• Jonathan Goard, 22, of Beckley, two counts of delivery of “crack” cocaine, delivery of oxycodone

• Shawn Dee Haines, 41, of Beckley, two counts of delivery of oxycodone

• Jenn Hardy, 35, of Beckley, delivery of oxycodone, delivery of morphine, two counts of conspiracy

• Jeremy Goode, 29, of MacArthur, delivery of oxycodone

• Derrick Hodge, 25, of Beckley, three counts of delivery of cocaine

• David Hudson, 39, of Emmaus, Pa., three counts of delivery of cocaine base, two federal counts of conspiracy, federal count of delivery of oxycodone, federal count of delivery of oxymorphone, fedral county of possession of oxymorphone with intent to deliver

• Dwayne “Poncho” Jackson, 27, of Beckley, two counts of delivery of cocaine base

• Leah Kirk, 21, of Beaver, two federal counts of delivery of oxycodone, delivery of alprazolam

• Cayla Lindsay, 20, of Beckley, three federal counts of conspiracy, two federal counts of delivery of oxycodone

• Linda Lusk, 38, of Glen Morgan, operating a clandestine drug lab, conspiracy

Daniel McKinney Jr., 19, of Beckley, two counts of delivery of oxycodone, possession of oxycodone with intent to deliver

• Kaliche Morris, 29, of Beckley, delivery of cocaine base

• Phyllis Morris, 38, of Daniels, three federal counts of delivery of oxycodone

• Ronald Roberts III, 36, of Lgen Morgan, possession of oxycodone

• Rachel Saunders, 31, of Beckley, two counts of delivery of oxycodone

• William Smith, 40, of Crab Orchard, two federal counts of delivery of oxycodone

• Alexis Strattis, 27, of Mount Hope, three federal counts of delivery of oxycodone

• Marcus Tunstalle, 26, of Beckley, three counts of delivery of cocaine base

• Gregory Waters, 45, of Beckley, two counts of delivery of marijuana

• Ernest Don Wisen, 60, of Beckley, delivery of morphine

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