19 Charged in Boonville, Cooper County Drug Ring

4 years 2 weeks 6 days ago April 03, 2013 Apr 3, 2013 Wednesday, April 03 2013 Wednesday, April 03, 2013 11:46:00 AM CDT in News
By: KOMU Staff

BOONVILLE - 15 arrests were made by the Boonville Police Department and M.U.S.T.A.N.G. Drug Task Force, with assistance from the Cooper County Sheriff's Department, Howard County Sheriff's Department, Fayette Police Department and the Missouri State Highway Patrol. 

Additionally, four people who are already incarcerated in the Missouri Department of Corrections received additional charges.

Below are the names of the 15 individuals who were arrested following the investigation. 

Thaddeus L. Lewis (49): Two counts of distributing a controlled substance near schools. Bond is set at $150,000.

Frederick Doyle Bowen (45): Three counts of distributing controlled substance near schools. Bond is set at $150,000.

Mickey Lee Petershagen (41): One count of distributing, delivery, manufacturing and producing or attempt to possess with intent to distribute, manufacture or produce a controlled substance. Bond is set at $75,000.

Elizabeth P. Drennan (22): Two counts of distributing, delivery, manufacturing and producing or attempt to possess with intent to distribute, manufacture or produce a controlled substance. Bond is set at $100,000.

Amanda D. Gregory (22): One count of distributing a controlled substance near schools. Bond is set at $100,000.

Timothy Gatlin Holstun (28): Two counts of distributing, delivery, manufacturing and producing or attempt to possess with intent to distribute, manufacture and produce a controlled substance. Bond is set at $100,000.00.

Taj Feon Young (41): One count of distributing and delivering heroin, cocaine, LSD, amphetamine, methamphetamine in or near a park and one count of distributing a controlled substance near schools. Bond is set at $150,000.

Joseph C. Rainsbarger (23): Two counts of distributing a controlled substance near schools. Bond is set at $150,000.

Brent Franklin Cook (51): One count of distributing, delivering, manufacturing and producing or attempt to possess with intent to distribute, manufacture and produce a controlled substance. Bond is set at $75,000.

Jason R. Perry (28): One count of distributing, delivering heroin, cocain, LSD, amphetamine, methamphetamine in or near a park. Bond is set at $100,000.

Darrell W. Reid (53): One count of distributing a controlled substance near schools. Bond is set at $100,000.

Andrew D. Decker (25): One count of distributing, delivery, manufacturing and producing or attempt to possess with intent to distribute, manufacture or produce a controlled substance. Additionally, two counts of distributing or delivering less than five grams of marijuana. Bond is set at $75,000.

 Michael Randall Doyle (34): Three counts of distributing, delievery, manufacturing and producing or attempt to possess with intent to distribute, manufacture and produce a controlled substance. Bond is set at $100,000.

Cecilia A. Cole (35): Three counts of distributing, delivering, manufacturing and producing or attempt to possess with intent to distribute, manufacture and produce a controlled substance. Bond is set at $100,000.

Marceino C. Moore (29): Two counts of distributing, delivering, manufacturing and producing or attempt to possess with intent to distribute, manufacture and produce a controlled substance. Bond is set at $100,000.

Below are the names of the four individuals who were already incarcerated at the time of the investigation, all of whom now face additional charges.

Arttavis Martell Ferrell (23): Three counts of distributing, delivery, manufacturing, producing or attempt to posses with intent to distribute, manufacture or produce a controlled substance. Bond is set at $100,000.

Scott Joseph Vonderahe (33): One count of distributing a controlled substance near schools. Bond is set at $100,000.

Keith C. Brim (26): Two counts of distributing, delivery, manufacturing, producing or attempting to possess with intent to distribute, manufacture or produce a controlled substance. Bond is set at $100,000.

Wesley F. Gander (41): Two counts of distributing, delivery, manufacturing, producing or attempting to possess with intent to distribute, manufacture or produce a controlled substance. Bond is set at $100,000.

 

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