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Sunday, October 4, 2015

Police arrest 17 after two month drug sting investigation

By Anthony J. Garcia





CLIFTON -The Clifton Police Department has arrested 17 suspects after a two month joint drug investigation with the Hamilton Police Department.




Both departments worked together to gather and share information which was ultimately used to conduct undercover narcotics transactions.




"I want to commend Chief Robert McGinnis and Lt. Justin Slone of HPD as well as the officers of Clifton PD, for their hard work and assistance in this cooperative effort which made a substantial impact in the drug trafficking in both Hamilton and Bosque Counties," Clifton Police Chief Trace Hendricks said.
"I appreciate and value the working relationship we have built between our departments."




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The targets in the investigation ranged from street level drug users to the dealers who were responsible for supplying drugs.




During the roundup on Sept. 18, several of the suspects were found in possession of narcotics and drug paraphernalia which resulted in additional charges.




Investigators were able to link narcotics dealers from Hamilton, Clifton and Hico.



Authorties were able to obtained arrest warrants for the following 17 suspects listed with their charge(s) below:

  • Larry Wayne Miles, 55
    • Engaging in organized criminal activity / Delivery of under 1 gram of Methamphetamine, 3rd Degree Felony.
    • Possession of over 4 grams, but under 400 grams of Methamphetamine, 1st Degree Felony.
    • Felon in possession of a firearm, 3rd Degree Felony.
    • Possession of Marijuana, Class B Misdemeanor.
  • Gina Lavonne Glann, 39
    • Delivery of over 1 gram, but under 4 grams of Methamphetamine, 2nd Degree Felony.
  • Anthony L. Maughan, 21
    • Engaging in organized criminal activity / Delivery of under 1 gram of Methamphetamine, 3rd Degree Felony.
  • Olivia Belle Islas, 19
    • Engaging in organized criminal activity / Delivery of under 1 gram of Methamphetamine, 3rd Degree Felony.
  • David Ray Frederick, Jr., 19
    • Engaging in organized criminal activity / Delivery of under 1 gram of Methamphetamine, 3rd Degree Felony.
  • JW Dub Nowlain, 66
    • Delivery of Methamphetamine under 1 gram in a drug free zone, 3rd Degree Felony.
  • James Lloyd Williams, 59
    • Delivery of more than 1 gram but under 4 grams of Methamphetamine in a drug free zone, 1st Degree Felony.
  • Eric Dale Freeman, 32
    • Delivery of more than 1 gram but under 4 grams of Methamphetamine in a drug free zone, 1st Degree Felony.
  • Sarah Danielle Hickmott, 23
    • Delivery of more than 1 gram but under 4 grams of Methamphetamine in a drug free zone, 1st degree Felony.
  • Joshua Ray Schaffer, 20
    • Delivery of under 28 grams of Hydrocodone, State Jail Felony.
  • Kimberly D. Hoffsteter, 40
    • Delivery of more than 1 gram but under 4 grams of Oxycodone in a drug free zone, 1st Degree Felony.
  • Cheyenne Houge, 20
    • Possession of Methamphetamine in a drug free zone, 3rd Degree Felony.
  • Joey Dean Cummings, 33
    • Delivery of more than 1 gram but under 4 grams of Methamphetamine in a drug free zone, 1st Degree Felony.
  • Archie Glenn Crawford, 35
    • Criminal conspiracy to deliver over 1 gram but under 4 grams of Methamphetamine in a drug free zone, 2nd Degree Felony.
  • Terry Lynn Fields, 44
    • Delivery over 1 gram but under 4 grams of Methamphetamine, 2nd Degree Felony.
  • Ashley Adele Bennett, 29
    • Possession of less than 1 gram of Methamphetamine, State jail Felony.
  • Juvenile, 16
    • Delivery of under 28 grams of Hydrocodone, State Jail Felony.
All suspects were taken into custody without incident and transported to the Bosque County Jail and the Hamilton County Jail.

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