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Drug Bust Nets 8 Locals

August 31, 2011

ST. MARYS — Eight local residents were arrested Tuesday as part of a drug roundup by members of the Grand Lake Drug Task Force.

According to online court documents, Barbara A. Revolt, 46, 712 Columbia St., St. Marys, was indicted on three counts of trafficking in suspected marijuana. Revolt was arrested Tuesday on the charges that allegedly date back to Nov. 16.  She was ordered held on an own recognizance bond.

Krista M. Revolt, 26, 712 Columbia St., St. Marys, was indicted on four counts of trafficking in suspected marijuana and ordered held on an own recognizance bond. Revolt also was arrested Tuesday on the indictment on charges that allegedly date back to Nov. 2.

Pamela J. Lawson, 55, 228 N. Knoxville Ave., St. Marys, was indicted on three counts of trafficking in suspected morphine. The alleged offenses date back to March 10.

Danielle C. Ames, 26, 320 S. Vine St., St. Marys, was indicted on one count of aggravated trafficking in suspected oxycodone, a third-degree felony. The alleged offense dates back to Feb. 24. If convicted, Ames faces a maximum of five years in prison. Ames was ordered held on a $25,000 bond with a 10 percent cash provision.

Jeffrey D. Springer, 24, of Coldwater, was indicted on two counts of trafficking in suspected marijuana. The alleged offenses date back to Dec. 20.

Jeremy E. Sholler, 20, of Mendon, was indicted on three counts of trafficking in suspected morphine and marijuana. According to online court documents, the alleged offenses date back to March 11.

Joey L. Richardson, 30, 510 Ruby St., Wapakoneta, was indicted on six counts of trafficking in suspected methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana.

Online court documents indicate the alleged offenses date back to Nov. 5.

Lisa Miller, 34, of St. Marys, was indicted on one count of trafficking in suspected morphine.

In a news release issued to The Evening Leader, Auglaize County Sheriff Al Solomon said more arrests could be possible as the investigation unfolds.

Solomon touted the cooperation among the various law enforcement agencies throughout the county for the success of the task force.

“This group, along with the Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office, and all local law enforcement in this county and surrounding counties, are dedicated in the fight against drugs problems and sales,” Solomon said.

Assisting in the arrests were the Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office, St. Marys Police Department, Wapakoneta Police Department, Cridersville Police Department, Coldwater Police Department, Celina Police Department, Allen County Sheriff’s Office and the Auglaize County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

 


 

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