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SLIDESHOW: Marion County Drug Bust Mugshots

  • Tina Thomas Hobgood, Sale of a Controlled Substance within 1500 ft of a church, $100,000 bond
  • Kelly Jerome Sones, Manufacturing a Controlled Substance, $100,000 bond
  • Bradley Bynum, Sale of a Controlled Substance, $50,000 bond
  • Bradley Hunt, Sale of a Controlled Substance 2 counts, $100,000 bond
  • Kenneth Hobgood, Sale of a COntrolled Substance
     within 1500 ft of a church, Conspiracy to sale a controlled substance within 1500 ft of a church, $200,000 bond
  • James Christie, Sale of a Controlled Substance within 1500 ft of a church, Conspiracy to sale a controlled substance within 1500 ft of a church, $200,000 bond
  • Mary Magee, Possession of a Controlled Substance, $10,000 bond
  • Shaun Buchanan, Sale of a Controlled Substance within 1500 ft of a School 2 counts, $200,000 bond
  • Jesse Regan, Possession of a Controlled Substance, $25,000 bond
  • Dwight Smith, Sale of a Controlled Substance within 1500 ft of a School, $100,000 bond
  • Anthony Lewis, Sale of a Controlled Substance, $50,000 bond
  • Stafford Jefferson, Sale of A controlled Substance within 1500 ft of a school, $100,000
  • Sandra Mitchell Sale of a Controlled Substance 2counts, $100,000 bond
  • James Newsome, 2 counts Conspiracy to sale a controlled substance, $100,000 bond
  • Darnell Hartwell, Sale of a Controlled Substance 3 counts, $300,000
  • Jennifer Singley, Sale of a Controlled Substance 2 counts, $100,000 bond
  • Byron Medious, Sale of a Controlled Substance within 1500 ft of a Church, $100,000 bond
  • Ricky Johnson, Sale of a Controlled Substance, 2counts, $150,000 bond
  • Rebecca Satmpley, Sale of controlled substance within 1500 ft of church, $100,000 bond
  • Tammy Gill, Sale/ Conspiract to Sale Controlled Substance, $350,000 bond
  • Luther O'Neal, Conspiracy to sale controlled substance, 2 counts of Sale of a Controlled Substance, $150,000 bond
  • Lawanzie Peak, Conspiracy to Sale a Controlled Substance, $50,000 bond

 

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