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March 10, 2012

Arrests made in area drug sting

CULLMAN — Local law enforcement agencies recently conducted another crackdown on drug activity across the county.

The end result of the two-month-long investigation by the Cullman Narcotics Enforcement Team led to the arrest of 28 people and 59 warrants being served. The warrants ranged from trafficking to manufacturing and distribution of a controlled substance. Several covered a variety of lesser charges, including drug possession and failure to appear.

According to CNET director Joey Cone, some of those arrested are repeat offenders from the last roundup in December 2011 that netted 73 arrests.

"All of this stems from a lot of hard work the CNET agents put together," Cone said.

Agents from the sheriff's department, Cullman Police Department and Hanceville Department all assisted in the efforts.

"They all chipped in and were a real big help," Cone said. "Everybody cooperated well and worked with us."

Craig Green, assistant police chief with the Cullman Police Department, commended CNET for the efforts in arresting those involved with illegal activity.

“This is a continuous effort by CNET and we appreciate their dedication, hard work and effort to put those in jail who choose to use and sell illegal substances.”

The following people were arrested on charges ranging from manufacturing, distribution and trafficking. For the names of those arrested on lesser charges, see the law enforcement reports in the print editions of The Cullman Times.

  • Sherry Lynn Henry — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (3 counts)
  • Theresa Meadows Judice — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance
  • Tammie Lynn Borel — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • Charles Wayne Butler — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (3 counts)
  • Ronald Lloyd McGregor — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance
  • Robert Lee Hollis — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • Katie Beth Cofer — Unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance
  • Samuel Ashford Jr. — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • Gregory Dewayne Phillips — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (4 counts)
  • William Richard Cobb — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • David Keith Young — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (3 counts)
  • Mason Alan Mack — Trafficking in a controlled substance, unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • Angela Dianne Griffis — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • Howard Scott Riddle — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • Mark Anthony Johnson — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • Betty Graves Weaver— Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • Colton Lee Sanders — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • Clark Aaron Jackson — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (3 counts)
  • Natosha Jean Alexander — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (2 counts)
  • Jimmy Goodlett II — Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance (5 counts)



* Ashley Graves can be reached by phone at 734-2131, ext. 225 or by email at agraves@cullmantimes.com

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