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19 charged in Marion County drug sweep identified

Drug bust in Marion County nets 19 suspects behind bars Drug bust in Marion County nets 19 suspects behind bars
MARION COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

The 19 people who were charged after a drug sweep in Marion County have been identified. 

The following individuals were charged during the raid: 

Name Charge Bond
Pardeep Kumar Possession of a controlled substance $10,000
Sanjeev Kumar Possession of a controlled substance $10,000
Rykera Peters Possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute $50,000
Deroge Johnson Possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute $50,000
Dennis Jones Sale or transfer of a controlled substance $25,000, $50,000
Daisy Raybourn Possession of a controlled substance $500
Guy Glen Creppel, Jr.  Grand Jury Indictment: Possession of a controlled substance while in possession of a firearm. Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon $26,000
Lucius Craig Martin Possession of a controlled substance $3,000
Michael Harris Sale or transfer of a controlled substance $25,000
Rashaun Robinson Possession of a controlled substance $500
Katherine Fulton Possession of a controlled substance $25,000
Gabriel Lebron Rodriguez 3 counts sale or transfer of a controlled substance $75,000
Daryl Daughdrill Grand Jury Indictment 2 counts possession of a controlled substance $6,000
Carol Gene Hammond Jr. Grand Jury Indictment possession of a controlled substance while in possession of a firearm  $16,000
Kelly Woodward Possession of a controlled substance $25,000
Angela Neal Possession of a controlled substance $25,000
Caleb Harper Possession of a controlled substance $25,000
Tresa Jerkins Grand Jury Indictment possession of a controlled substance $3,000
Robert D. Jerkins Grand Jury Indictment possession of a controlled substance $3,000
Candise Hill  Possession of a controlled substance $10,000

“We did a couple of search warrants looking for illegal narcotics, at least two locations in the county that we had warrants for today, places that have been problems,” Marion County Sheriff’s Department Maj. Brad McDermit said. “These locations are where a lot of narcotics activity is going on, occupied by known felons, known drug dealer.”

One of the locations was a convenience store on Highway 35 South where deputies apprehended two people, recovered several thousand in cash, marijuana, prescription medications and drug paraphernalia.

“We’ve had a lot of reports of drug sales, selling prescription medication, marijuana, methamphetamine, things like that out of the store,” McDermit said.

McDermit said their main goal is to chip away at the war on drugs, making the county a safer place.

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