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Drug roundup

April 5, 2003

COFFEE CO. - Another week, another Drug roundup in Coffee County. For the third time in the last month, Coffee County deputies, Douglas police officers, and drug agents searched for suspects wanted on various drug charges. This time they were successful in locating and arresting 23 out of the 25 suspects. Each of them is now charged with selling cocaine or marijuana.

Those individuals arrested are as follows;

Connie Shields, 46 of Ambrose: 1 count-Sale of Cocaine,  

Richard Lee Vickers, age 42 of Douglas:: 1 count- Sale of Cocaine,

Sherry Denise Vasquez, 23 of Douglas:1 count - Sale of Dangerous Drugs & 1 count-Sale of Schedule III Drugs,

Valrie Flowers, 43 of Douglas: 1 count- Sale of Cocaine,

Michael Andrew Wilson, 28 of Douglas: 1 count- Sale of Marijuana,

Tommy Lamar Williams, 40 of Douglas: 1 count- Sale of Cocaine,

Arriae Walker Jr., 36 of Douglas:2 counts- Sale of Marijuana,

Carol Ann Jewel, 40 of Douglas: 1 count- Sale of Marijuana,

Christopher William Williams, 34 of Douglas: 2 counts- Sale of Marijuana,

Justin Ralph Jewell, 22 of Douglas: 1 count- Sale of Marijuana,

Lajuan Lee Powell, 26 of Douglas: 1count- Sale of Cocaine,

Walter Bernard Mizell, 35 of Douglas: 1 count - Sale of Marijuana,

Tiffany Dawn Martin, 19 of Uvalda: 1 count- Sale of Marijuana,

Eddie Lee Tucker, 51 of Douglas: 2 counts- Sale of Cocaine,

Mark Anthony Jackson, 25 of Douglas: 2 counts- Sale of Cocaine,

Roscoe Jackson, 46 of Douglas: 2 counts- Sale of Cocaine & 3 counts-Sale of marijuana,

Gregory Bernard Chandler, 38 of Douglas: 1 count- Sale of Cocaine,

Eddie Dean Clark, 49 of Douglas: 2 counts- Sale of Cocaine,

Dale Wilson, 45 of Douglas: 2 counts- Sale of Cocaine & 1 count-Sale of an Imitation Substance,

Kateka Preston, 25, of Douglas: 5 counts of Sale of Cocaine,

Troy Anthony Smith, 41 of Douglas: 5 counts of Sale of marijuana,

Demaurio Sutton, 20 of Douglas: 1 count-Sale of cocaine.

posted at 4:40 p.m. by dave.d'marko@walb.com

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