Fifteen people are facing a variety of drug charges following a sweep this week in Jerseyville.  The Jerseyville Police Department says it has been conducting narcotics investigations recently, and more charges are pending on people yet to be arrested. 

Jersey County States' Attorney Ben Goetten tells The Big Z this was a significant round-up.

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There was a combination of controlled substances, methamphetamine and cannabis related charges filed on the 15 people rounded up this week.  Charged are:

 

23-year-old  Joseph R. Hillman - two counts of unlawful delivery of controlled substance, unlawful delivery of methamphetamine

32-year-old Gary Miller - two counts of unlawful delivery of cannabis

19-year-old Zachary N. Franklin - two counts of unlawful delivery of cannabis

25-year-old Kelsey A. Pohlman - two counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

32-year-old Halim Alimi - two counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

22-year-old Colby Linderman - unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

50-year-old Richard E. Farris- unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

22-year-old Timothy D. Holder- unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

25-year-old Randa J. Hodges- unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

25-year-old Tarah L. Ridenhour - unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

26-year-old Sarah Stiles-  unlawful delivery of methamphetamine

20-year-old Sunceree S. Shaw, 20 - unlawful methamphetamine conspiracy

23-year-old Anthony Gettings - unlawful delivery of methamphetamine

24-year-old Jared M. Byrd - unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

27-year-old Jesse D. Wright - unlawful delivery of controlled substance-conspiracy

 

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