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Police nab drug suspects

While roads were empty and most residents remained nestled in their beds Thursday morning, Lincolnton Police prowled throughout town rounding up nearly 30 suspects accused of more than 120 felony drug related charges. following an officer briefing at police headquarters.

Police said they named the Steroids Injection Gone Wrong initiative after one of the agency''s two narcotics investigators, Dwayne McAllister, who contributed numerous hours of prep work for the operation from November through February.

Detective Sgt. Jason Munday served as the department''s initial drug officer until police expanded the division the end of last year to include McAllister, formerly an officer with the three member criminal investigations division.

Unit head, Lt. Brian Greene, told the Times News the agency secured arrest warrants for 26 individuals, most of whom abused prescription drugs.

Chief Rodney Jordan was also on hand Thursday, assisting his men in handcuffing the alleged criminals. He noted abuse of pharmaceuticals is a common practice these days.

According to an agency press release, the top abused prescription pills officers spotted during undercover drug transactions this time around included oxycodone, hydrocodone, percocet, soma, xanax and suboxone.

Jordan advised area residents to rid their homes of out of date prescription pills or ones no longer being used by doctors'' orders and prevent friends and other family members within the home from potentially abusing them.

People can anonymously drop off pills, and other medical related items such as syringes and ointments, during the week at a drop box located at the Lincoln County Sheriff''s Office.

how it starts with prescription pills lying around the house, Jordan said.

Additional charges filed against the operation''s alleged offenders ranged from trafficking to selling and delivering controlled substances such as marijuana and crack cocaine.

The Times News rode along with detectives and other officers during part of the initiative, picking up five people among stops at a Keener Road residence, an apartment Methandienone Msds complex on Mauney Drive and Hillcrest Apartments on East Main Street. As of late Thursday night, 21 suspects had been apprehended, including two suspects officers picked up on non drug related drugs.

Police confirmed in the release that they try to use their roundups to seek out individuals wanted on various charges.

Two warrants, one each for failure to appear and a revoked "Comprar Gh Jintropin" license, were served on a man whom Greene said went to jail with at least one family member who had been charged in the operation for drug use.

Sheriff''s detectives and detention officers aided police in the agency''s first roundup of 2013.

In past years, Lincolnton Police have conducted similar operations including Christmas in November and Days of Christmas in 2011. Between the two holiday roundups, officers said they put nearly 160 people behind bars.

The following individuals have been apprehended in the operation:

Aimee Dawn Turner, 40, of 214 Rock Creek Dr. in Lincolnton was charged with one count each of possession with intent to sell and distribute a schedule II controlled substance, sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance, maintaining a vehicle for a controlled substance. A $25,000 bond was set.

Christy Diann Eakes, 31, of 2679 Keener Rd. in Lincolnton was charged Masteron For Size with one count each of possession with intent to sell and distribute a schedule III controlled substance, sell/deliver a schedule III controlled substance and maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance. A $25,000 bond was set.

Steven Lester Skeens, 34, of 890 Baxter Rd. in Cherryville was charged with one count each of trafficking in an opiate by possession, trafficking in an opiate by selling, trafficking in an opiate by delivering, trafficking in an opiate by transport, conspiring to traffic in an opiate by possession, "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" conspiring to traffic in an opiate by selling, conspiring to traffic in an opiate by delivering, conspiring to traffic in an opiate transport, possession with intent to sell and distribute hydrocodone. Skeens is currently being held in the Department of Corrections.

Macy Jordan Walker, 19, of 214 Rock Creek Dr. in Lincolnton was charged with one count each of possession with intent to sell and distribute a schedule II controlled substance, sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance and maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance. A $20,000 bond was set.

Dejuane Marquette Banks, 38, of 120 Davis St. in Lincolnton was charged with one count each of possession with intent to sell and distribute marijuana, sell/deliver marijuana and maintaining a dwelling for marijuana. A $30,000 bond was set.

Dawn Marie Knott, 44, of 2692 Hopewell Ch. Rd. in Sherrills Ford was charged with one count each of possession with intent to sell and distribute a schedule II controlled substance and sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance. A $25,000 bond was set.

Tamara Denton Cline, 42, of 107 Hillcrest Dr. in Lincolnton was charged with Comprar Gh Jintropin two counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud. A $50,000 bond was set.

Jessica Lynn Clark, 22, of 108 Mauney Dr. in Lincolnton was charged with one count each of trafficking in an opiate by possession, trafficking in an opiate by selling, trafficking in an opiate by delivering and trafficking in an opiate by transport, conspiring to traffic in an opiate, possession with intent to sell and distribute a schedule III controlled substance and maintaining a vehicle for a controlled substance. A $60,000 bond was set.

Marcus Justin Ramseur, 25, of 108 Mauney Dr. in Lincolnton was charged with seven counts each of trafficking in an opiate by selling, trafficking in an opiate by possession and trafficking in an opiate by delivering; four counts of trafficking in an opiate by transport; one count each of possession with intent to sell and distribute a schedule II controlled substance and conspiring to traffic in an opiate. A $50,000 bond was set.

Jason Nycoy Hawkins, 32, of 109 Hubbard St. in Lincolnton was charged with three counts each of trafficking in an opiate by possession, trafficking in an opiate by selling and trafficking in an opiate by delivering; one count each of conspiring to traffic in an opiate and possession with intent to sell and distribute a schedule III controlled substance. A $75,000 bond was set.

William Perry Walton, 31, of 1014 Catawba St. in Lincolnton was charged "Comprar Gh Jintropin" with two counts each of possession with intent "Oxandrolone Powder India" to sell and distribute crack cocaine, sell/deliver crack cocaine and conspiring to sell/deliver crack cocaine along with one count of maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance. A $50,000 bond was set.

 
 
   
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