Seven people were recently arrested on Methamphetamine-related charges.
According to a post on their Facebook page, the Clark County Sheriff’s Department stated that seven individuals were recently arrested through a joint effort of every law enforcement agency in the county. The Sheriff’s Department, Casey Police Department, Martinsville Police Department, Marshall Police Department, and Village of Westfield Police Department all worked together to arrest the individuals by using intelligence gathering, traffic stops, surveillance, interviews, search warrants, evidence, K9 offiers, and much more.
The seven people that were arrested and their charges are as follows:
- 26 year old, Ricardo Baldomero, of Martinsville-charged with Possession of Methamphetamine and Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine.
- 26 year old, James Dowers, of Marshall-charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
- 36 year old, Grant Garner, of Martinsville-charged with Possession of Methamphetamine.
- 27 year old, Richard Smith, of West York-charged with Possession of Methamphetamine and Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine.
- 18 year old, Camille Todd, of Casey-charged with Possession of Methamphetamine and Delivery of Methamphetamine.
- 22 year old, Rodney Wieland, of Marshall-charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver.
- 20 year old, Kaitlyn Zachary, of Marshall-charged with Possession of Methamphetamine and Delivery.
In their Facebook Post, the Clark County Sheriff’s Department stated, “We are proud of our group efforts together when our leaders and officers all work hand in hand for the benefit of our entire County. We know as a result our County is a safer place. We also know our residents don’t always have the benefit of seeing the day to day operations and understand that operations such as this may take weeks or months to put together as we work within the confines of the law to build solid cases. Sometimes residents get frustrated that “we aren’t doing anything” and we want you to know that we do care and are working, again sometimes its not as easy as just doing it, we must respect certain rights and procedures. Other developments have been produced from this operation and additional investigations are beginning (which may take weeks or months to produce results). Although we know we are safer, we are not stopping. As each criminal act is addressed new ones come up each day. Your Clark County law enforcement agencies will continue to work closely together to keep our streets safer!”