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Written by Debbie Gregory   
Tuesday, July 2, 2013

The Lafayette Police Station was used as headquarters and also assisting the drug agency were the Smith County Sheriffs Office, Sheriff Steve Hooper, Trousdale County Sheriffs Office, and Sheriff Mark Gammons.

“This investigation has been going on for over a year,” said Drug Task Force Director Mike Thompson, “and all the charges are involving methamphetamine and pills.”

Thompson says they served over 20 indictments last Friday and there are still a few people at large. “We will pick up the other suspects when we find them and we actually have a subject as far away as West Virginia,” Thompson said.

“Every county, city and community, has a severe drug problem,” said Thompson, “and the City of Lafayette takes the initiative to combat the problem. Macon County has an active enforcement in the drug activity and they are better off than the counties who don’t. The Lafayette Police Department has been a member of the Drug Task Force from the very beginning and they are very conscious of the health and well being of the citizens.”

Thompson says they appreciate the support of the Lafayette City police. “I would like to thank them for supporting the Drug Task Force.”

Formerly sealed indictments include:

Lauren Joan Perez, 27, of 811 Pumpkintown Rd. in RBS, was charged with manufacturing of narcotics (2 cts.) on June 28. Bond is set at $20,000.

Johnny Dewayne Stafford, 38, of 5278 New Harmony Rd. in Hartsville, was charged with manufacturing of narcotics (2 cts.) on June 28. Bond is set at $10,000.

Jerry Wayne Wooten, 21, of 2405 Hanestown Rd. in Westmoreland, was charged with intent to manufacture methamphetamine and manufacture of narcotics on June 28. Bond is set at $2,000.

Patrick Wayne Stewart, 27, of 623 Chitwood Dr. in Lafayette, was charged with unlawful possession of weapon, simple possession (3 cts.), possession of drug paraphernalia, intent to manufacture methamphetamine, manufacture of narcotics and promotion of meth manufacture on June 28. Bond is set at $10,000.

Brian David Hale, 37, of 216 Donoho Ave. in Lafayette, was charged with possession of a Schedule VI drug on June 28.

Georgina Lynn Payne, 33, of 618 Aberdeene Ct. in Bowling Green, Ky., was charged with fraud: forged prescription (3 cts.) and Schedule II drug violations (2 cts.) on June 29. Bond is set at $2,000.

Patricia Lynn Boles, 56, of 219 Hillsdale Estates Lane in Dixon Springs, Tn., was charged with manufacture of narcotics on June 29. Bond is set at $1,500.

Shavonda Lynn Norris, 28, of 5255 Scottsville Road in Lafayette, was charged with Schedule II drug violations and promotion of meth manufacture on June 30. Bond is set at $3,000.

Daniel Lee Evans, 29, of 162 Henry Circle in Lafayette, was charged with fraud: forged prescription (3 cts.), promotion of meth manufacture and manufacture of narcotics (3 cts.) on June 30. Bond is set at $10,000.

Fanessa Lynn Duke, 43, of 745 Hall Lane in Lafayette, was charged with manufacture of narcotics (2 cts.) on June 28.

Daniel Lee Evans, 29, of 162 Henry Circle in Lafayette, was charged with fraud: forged prescription (3 cts.), promotion of meth manufacture and manufacture of narcotics (3 cts.) on June 30. Bond is set at $10,000.

Danny Wayne Kelly, 53, of 985 Tuck Rd. in Lafayette, was charged with manufacture of narcotics on June 28. Bond is set at $1,500.

Katie Beth Slayton, 23, of 75 Polston Ave. in Lafayette, was charged with maufacture of narcotics (2 cts.) on June 28. Bond is set at $10,000.

April Lavita Long, 63, of 413B Wells Dr. in Lafayette, was charged with Schedule III drug violations and fraud; forged prescription on June 28. Bond is set at $2,000.

Samantha Jeanne Gregory, 23, of 3468 E. Stinson Rd. in Lafayette, was charged with intent to manufacture meth, Schedule II drug violations, promotion of meth manufacture, Schedule III drug violations, simple possession (2 cts.) and possession of drug paraphernalia on June 28. Bond is set at $5,000.

A criminal court date has been set for July 1 for all the suspects listed above.



 

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