Volume 51, Number 38

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, September 18, 2014

Pickett Grand Jury returns 17 drug-related indictments

Pickett Grand Jury returns 17 drug-related indictments
by: Amanda Hill Bond
The Pickett County Grand
Jury met Monday, January
6th and returned 17 drug related
indictments. On Tuesday,
Jan. 13th the Pickett
County Sheriff's Department
arrested 15 persons for allegedly
selling drugs.
The following are the
names of the defendants who
were arrested:
•Billy J. Terry, 115 Rocky
Ridge Dr., Pall Mall, was
charged with delivery of Alprazolam,
a schedule IV controlled
substance, delivery of
Dihydroconeinone, a schedule
II controlled substance and
delivery of Diazepam, a
schedule IV controlled.
•Adam Robbins, 1025 East
Point Dock Rd., Monroe, was
charged with delivery of Oxycodone,
a schedule II controlled
substance.
•William Patton, 513 Cave
Valley, was charged with delivery
of Alprazolam, a schedule
IV controlled substance.
•Kim West, 100 Pickett
Square Apartments, was
charged with delivery of morphine
schedule II controlled
substance.
•Tammy Stinson, 292
Twin Oak Rd., Livingston,
was charged with delivery of
Oxycodone, a schedule II and
delivery of Alprazolam, a
schedule IV controlled substance.
•Patricia Marier, 240 Perdue
Rd., was charged with
deilvery of Oxycodone, a
schedule II controlled substance.
•Kevin Gilliam, 1332
Woodlawn Dr., was charged
with delivery of not less than
1/2 ounce nor more than 10
grams of marijuana, a schedule
IV controlled substance.
•Adam Parris, address unknown,
delivery of Oxycodone,
a schedule II
controlled substance.
•Christine Perdue, 609 N.
Main St., was charged with
delivery of Alprazolam, a
schedule IV controlled substance.
•Jonathan Beaty, Heard
Ridge Rd., Monroe, was
charged with facilitation of
the delivery of Oxycodone,
two counts, a schedule II controlled
substance.
•Loretta Johnson, 1099
Etter Creek Rd., was charged
with two counts of delivery of
Dihydrodeinone, a schedule
III controlled substance, also
charged with two counts of
delivery of Clonazepam.
•Perry Neal, 413 South
Main St., was charged with
delivery of Oxycodone, a
schedule II controlled substance,
also charged with two
counts of delivery of Dihydrocodeinone,
a schedule III
controlled substance.
•Adam Neal, 413 South
Main St., was charged with
facilitation of the delivery of
Oxycodone, a schedule II controlled
substance.
•Judy Gilliam, 413 South
Main St., was charged with
delivery of Oxycodone, a
schedule II controlled substance,
also was charged with
one count of Tenncare fraud.
•Leonard Perdue, 609
North Main., was charged
with three counts of delivery
Dihydrocodeinone, a schedule
III controlled substance.
Editor’s note: Grand jury indictments
are not a determination of
guilt or innocence, but result when
sufficient evidence is presented by
the district attorney to warrant
sending cases to the trial court.

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