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Lamar County Narcotics Unit Investigation nets 11

LAMAR COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

The Lamar County Sheriff's Department narcotics unit has made nearly a dozen arrests during a month long investigation.  According to Lamar County Sheriff Danny Rigel, the narcotics unit has conducted investigations in the Purvis and Sumrall areas, focusing on the sale of methamphetamines and prescription drugs. According to Rigel the unit has made 11 arrests over the past few days with more pending.

 

Keith Lott, 52, -felony Sale of Controlled Substance-- <Revoke Bond>

 

Gregory Revertt, 57, -felony Sale of Controlled Substance--<Revoke Bond>

Christopher Clayton Philips, 35, -felony Sale of Controlled Substance--<$100,000.00 Bond>

 

Thomas Lee Pulliam III, 34, -felony Sale of Controlled Substance--<$50,000.00 Cash Bond>

 

Jacqueline Lynn Taormina, 44, - felony Sale of Controlled Substance--<$200,000.00 Bond>

 

Mathilda Ann Mapp, 41, - felony Sale of Controlled Substance--<$200,000.00 Bond>

Dawn Lynn Argue, 60, - felony sale of controlled substance--<$200,000.00 Bond>

James Randall Ford, 58, - (2) felony counts Sale of Controlled Substance and Possession--<$400,000.00 Bond>

 

Crystal Michelle Dunn, 34, - (2) felony counts Sale of Controlled Substance--<$400,000.00 Bond>

 

Meagan Danielle Dixon, 27, - (2) felony counts Sale of Controlled Substance--<$400,000.00 Bond>

 

Tanner Joe Runnels, 18, - (2) felony counts Sale of Controlled Substance---<$400,000.00 Bond>

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