MUGS: Several Arrested, More Sought In Oconee Co. Drug Operation - WSPA.com

MUGS: Several Arrested, More Sought In Oconee Co. Drug Operation

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OCONEE COUNTY, S.C. - The Oconee County Sheriff's Office continues to fight the war on drugs.  

Officials have arrested 17 of 22 suspects sought in phase three of Operation Infinity Thursday.

“Operation Infinity is a reference to the ongoing commitment of the Sheriff’s Office to combat the drug problem in Oconee County,” according to Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw. “We will continue to fight this problem through our enforcement and education efforts to protect all of our citizens and those who visit our county.”

The 22 suspects who are either wanted or in custody face a variety of charges including distribution of meth, marijuana, crack and prescription drugs.

The sheriff's office was assisted by Salem, Seneca, Walhalla, and Westminster police departments.

Related - MUGS: Dozens Arrested In Oconee Co. Meth Bust

Here's a list of all of the suspects:

IN CUSTODY
  • Rashad Ali Thompson - Distribution of Crack Cocaine (2 Counts)
  • Timothy Howard Elrod - Distribution of Ice (1 Count)
  • James Franklin Ice - Distribution of Crank Cocaine (1 Count)
  • Billy Austin Whitfield - Distribution of Prescription Drugs (1 Count – Lortab) (1 Count – Hydrocodone)
  • Phillip Rodney Smith - Distribution of Methamphetamine (1 Count)
  • Clarence Oliver Nicholson - Distribution of Prescription Drugs (1 Count – Lortab)
  • Mark Anthony Smith - Distribution of Methamphetamine (1 Count)
  • Julian Columbus Galloway - Distribution of Ice (1 Count)
  • Vickie Mara Jean Trammell - Distribution of Prescription Medication (2 Count – Carisoprodol)
  • Carolyn T. Lyles - Distribution of Prescription Medication (1 Count – Diazepam)
  • Angela Germano-Allen - Distribution of Prescription Medication (1 Count – Hydrocodone)
  • Tammy Renee Cobb - Distribution of Ice (1 Count)
  • William Timothy Nichols - Distribution of Ice (1 Count)
  • James Floyd Hendrix - Distribution of Marijuana (2 Counts) Distribution of Methamphetamine (1 Count)
  • Charles Leguan Davis - Distribution of Prescription Drugs (1 Count)
  • Justin Coaxie Phillips - Distribution of Ice (2 Counts)
  • Lisa Joy Blackmon (Matheson) - Distribution of Ice (1 Count)
WANTED:
  • Dolphus Daniel Haney - Distribution of Marijuana (1 Count) Distribution of Prescription Drugs (1 Count – Xanax)
  • Marvin Jermane Kemp - Distribution of Prescription Drugs (1 Count - Oxycodone HCL)
  • Courtland Demertrius Brown - Distribution of Marijuana (2 Counts)
  • Larry Neil Gibson, Jr. - Distribution of Ice (1 Count)
  • Darren Barnard Gibson - Distribution of Marijuana (1 Count)
If you have any information that may help officials find these suspects, call CrimeStoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.
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