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Bonds set in Marion County weekend drug sweep

MARION COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A weekend drug sweep landed 20 people behind bars in Marion County and those arrested made their initial appearances in Marion County Circuit Court Monday.

Over the weekend, members of the Marion County Narcotics Task Force and Sheriff's Department served multiple search warrants throughout the county.

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Below are those arrested and their charges:

  • Jamal Aikens – 2 counts of possession of a controlled substance, animal cruelty; bond set at $55,000.
  • Lutie Jordan Sr. – 2 counts of possession of a controlled substance, animal cruelty; bond set at $55,000
  • David Wayne Jonson – 2 counts of possession of a controlled substance, animal cruelty; bond set at $55,000.
  • Jerry Nelson – 2 counts of possession of a controlled substance, animal cruelty; bond set at $55,000.
  • Otis Ray Nelson – 2 counts of possession of a controlled substance, animal cruelty; bond set at $55,000.
  • Solomon Evans – 1 count possession of a controlled substance; bond set at $500.
  • Renee Fillingame – 3 counts possession of a controlled substance w/ intent to distribute; bond set at $5,000.
  • Tabarrus Medious – 1 count possession of a controlled substance; bond set at $500.
  • Katherine Fulton – 1 count possession of a controlled substance, possession of a stolen firearm; bond set at $5,500.
  • Eric Sumrall – 1 count possession of a controlled substance; bond set at $500.
  • Welton O’Quinn – 1 count sale of a controlled substance; bond set at $25,000.
  • Amy Willoughby – 1 count sale of a controlled substance; bond set at $25,000.
  • Bradford Jones –  1 count possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute within 1,500 feet of a church, possession of a controlled substance; bond set at $100,000.
  • Nicholas Colvin - 2 counts possession of a controlled substance, possession of a firearm by a felon; bond set at $55,000.
  • Jennifer Bedwell – 1 count sale of a controlled substance; bond set at $25,000.
  • Eddie Dillon – 1 count possession of a controlled substance; bond set at $500.
  • Nicholas Allen – 1 count possession of a controlled substance; bond set at $500.
  • Laken Cox – 1 count sale of a controlled substance; bond set at $25,000.
  • Alex Fairley – 1 count possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute while in possession of a firearm within 1,500 feet of a church; bond set at $100,000.
  • James Brewer – 1 count possession of a controlled substance; bond set at $500. 

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