Drug sweep nets 17 people

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ST. MARYS, Ohio (WDTN) – A drug sweep in Auglaize County ended with the arrest of 17 people.

The sweep was conducted Tuesday throughout the county. The sheriff’s office, local police agencies and the Grand Lake Drug Task Force took part.

The sheriff says most arrests involved heroin, but there was also charges for marijuana and cocaine.

Those arrested:

  • Tyler D. Vondenberger, 24, St. Marys. Three counts trafficking in marijuana.
  • Travis Alan Jessen, 19, New Bremen. One count sale of dangerous drugs.
  • Todd Michael McClain, 25, St. Marys. One count trafficking in heroin, one count trafficking in drugs.
  • Joshua J. Krieg, 23, St. Marys. Four counts trafficking in marijuana
  • Alisha M. Gilliland, 26, St. Marys. Two counts sale of dangerous drugs and two counts trafficking in drugs
  • Sara Beth Gallimore, 33, St. Marys. Two counts trafficking in marijuana
  • Brandon T. Hicks, 24, St. Marys. Two counts trafficking in marijuana, one count trafficking in drugs, two counts trafficking in cocaine
  • Jeffrey Lee Christian, 29, St. Marys. Four counts trafficking in heroin, one count trafficking in drugs
  • Shayne P. Wade AKA Shayne Wade Coulter, 21, Sidney. Two counts trafficking in cocaine
  • Teresa Jean Hatfield, 31, St. Marys. One count trafficking in heroin
  • David N. Christian, 48, St. Marys. Five counts trafficking in drugs
  • Debra Ann Decker, 45, St. Marys. Two counts trafficking in drugs
  • Susan E. Binkley, 48, Wapakoneta. One count trafficking in drugs
  • Raymond Lee Adkins II., 20, Wapakoneta. Three counts trafficking in marijuana, one count trafficking in drugs
  • Benjamin J. Gardner, 22, Wapakoneta. Three counts trafficking in marijuana, two counts trafficking in LSD
  • Adam Lee Cornett, 32, St. Marys. Two counts trafficking in heroin
  • Chrystyan S. Kline, 23, St. Marys. Four counts trafficking in cocaine

The sheriff says he expects more arrests.

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