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April 22, 2007

FADE releases names of those sought

GRAYSON — A complete list of those sought by the FIVCO Area Drug Enforcement Task Force in today’s roundup of suspected drug dealers in Carter County, and the charges they face:

Christopher L. Claxon, Grayson, two counts of receiving stolen property worth more than $300; Danny L. Claxon, Grayson, two counts of receiving stolen property worth more than $300; Jason Duncan, Olive Hill, one count of trafficking in cocaine and one count of trafficking in hydrocodone; Noah Holbrook, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone and one count of trafficking in Vicodin; Ronnie “Buzz” Wells, Hitchins, one count of trafficking in oxycodone.

Becky McDavid, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Crystal D. Midkiff, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Dennis Jarvis, Olive Hill, one count of trafficking in hydrocodone; Derrick Hale, Grayson, one count of trafficking in hydrocodone; Gregory A. Duncan, Olive Hill, one count of trafficking in hydrocodone; Harold Tackett, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone.

Billy Eldridge, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Brandon Bush, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Brandon Fraley, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Carolyn Combs, Olive Hill, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Charles Tomlin, Olive Hill, two counts of trafficking in oxycodone; Chastity Erwin, Olive Hill, one count of trafficking in morphine.

Christopher A. Burnett, Hitchins, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Heather Lowe, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; James M. Stamper, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Jason Gilliam, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Jimmy Whitt, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Joe Mays, Olive Hill, one count of trafficking in oxycodone.

Jon Blevins, Olive Hill, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Joseph E. Waugh, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone; Justin M. Lewis, Olive Hill, one count of trafficking in hydrocodone; Raymond Wease, Olive Hill, one count of trafficking in hydrocodone; Rena Maggard, Grayson, one count of trafficking in OxyContin; Rita Tackett, Grayson, one count of trafficking in oxycodone.

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