Callaway Sheriff's Department Performs Warrant Roundup

7 years 3 months 4 days ago Wednesday, April 13 2011 Apr 13, 2011 Wednesday, April 13, 2011 2:09:00 PM CDT April 13, 2011 in News
By: Rachel Rice

FULTON - On Wednesday the MUSTANG Drug Task Force and East Central Drug Task Force conducted a series of narcotics related arrest warrant round ups in Cole and Callaway Counties. Involved in the arrests were the Cole County Sheriff's Office, Callaway County Sheriff's Office, Jefferson City Police Department, Fulton Police Department, and the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Investigations were conducted by both counties by undercover officers assigned to the MUSTANG Drug Task Force and the East Central Drug Task Force. In total, 28 arrests indictments were issued in Callaway County, with 18 suspects taken into custody.

Thomas J. Pittmon was arrested on two counts of distribution of controlled substance near public housing.
Margaret M. Rodecap was arrested on one count of distribution of a controlled substance.
Linda Holliman was arrested on two counts of distribution of a controlled substance.
Freddie J. Eads was arrested on one count of distribution of a controlled substance and one count of distribution of a controlled substance near public housing.
Janet L. Griffey was arrested on one count of distribution of a controlled substance.
Victory Ray Mantel Jr. was arrested on two counts of distribution of a controlled substance.
Harley R. Mantel was arrested on one count of distribution of a controlled substance.
Ryan Lee Miller was arrested on two counts of distribution of a controlled substance.
Judy Ann Dickens was arrested on three counts of distribution of a controlled substance.
Barry Richard Mudd was arrested on three counts of distribution of a controlled substance near schools.
Charles N. McNeil was arrested on two counts of distribution of a controlled substance near schools.
Alan K. Lawson was arrested for distribution of a controlled substance and is a prior persistent offender.
Curtis L. Mahnken was arrested for distribution of a controlled substance.
Crystal Marie Foreman was arrested for one count of distribution of a controlled substance near schools.
Robert Lee Pittmon Jr. was arrested on two counts of distribution of a controlled substance and is a prior persistent offender.
Andrew A. Anyaeto was arrested on one count of distribution of a controlled substance near public housing.
Jennifer M. David was arrested on three counts of distribution of a controlled substance.
Mark William Holliman was arrested on one count of distribution of a controlled substance.
David Wyatt Jr. was arrested for being in possession of stolen property.

At large in Callaway County for distribution of a controlled substance:
Charles A. Robinson Sr.
Bradley C. Barrett
Mark S. Foreman
Kyle D. Rutherford
Kimberly K. Case
Tatum Carter
Doreen Blackmon
Charles R. Harris
Richard B. Hagedorn
Linda B. David

Arrested in Cole County for the possession of a controlled substance:
Sonya Clark
Alohn Griffin
Terrell Williams
Tanya Bailey
James A. Fox

At large in Cole County for possession of a controlled substance:
Antoine Davis
Terrance Thomas
Terrance Perkins
Tracey Davis
Brien Robinson
Becky Forbes
Otis Resonno
James Weed
Daren Carter
Robert Bonner
Joseph Frank
Cedric McCrary
Christopher Miller

Authorities in Callaway and Cole County will continue to look for subjects at large.

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