Citywide arrest opperation brings in more than half

Staff report



Bliss

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Ceyler


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Ceyler


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SIDNEY — On Thursday about 3 p.m., officers from the Sidney Police Department and the Ohio State Highway Patrol executed a Sidney-wide arrest operation of approximately 29 individuals wanted on arrest warrants issued by a Shelby County Common Pleas grand jury earlier in the day.

Police said the arrest warrants were for 91 counts of felony drug offenses comprising mainly of trafficking and possession charges. Most of the arrest warrants originate from several months of undercover investigations coordinated by the Sidney Police Department’s narcotics unit.

Located and arrested were:

• James Agner, 30, 136 W. Robinwood St.

• Amie Baker, 34, 222 N. Pomeroy Ave.

• Billie Bliss, 32, at large

• Travis Brown, 31, 323 Franklin Ave.

• Brittany Ceyler, 26, 611 Michigan St.

• Tony Ceyler, 33, 611 Michigan St.

• Danielle Elmore, 40, 805 Arrowhead Drive, Apt. K

• Zachary Fitchpatrick, 21, 1220 Morris Ave.

• Colin Hymes, 26, 107 1/2 S. Wilkinson Ave.

• Curtis Johnson, 51, 624 Park St.

• Julie Jones, 43, at large

• Candiss Lucas, 551 Fair Road

• Preston Nunn, Miami County Jail

• Cody Skelly, at large

• Gordy White, 50, 701 Park St.

• Stacey White, 42, 133 Franklin Ave.

• Ashley Woten, 27, 107 ½ S. Wilkinson Ave.

At press time Friday, authorities were still looking for:

• Scott Carson, 208 S. West Ave.

• William Conley, at large

• Veronica Edwards, at large

• Brandon Engley, 508 S. Miami Ave.

• Ashley Hickman, 514 W. North St.

• Casey Hughes, 305 S. Main Ave.

• Erik Reed, 814 Lynn St.

• Matt Reed, 508 S. Miami Ave.

• Katrina Taylor, at large

• Lemone Upkins, 818 Wapakoneta Ave., (Sidney Motel) Room 4

• Jonathan Wells, 1050 N. Miami Ave.

• Carlos Wilson, 1001 Fourth Ave., Lot 1

Sidney Police Capt. Jerry Tangeman said the arrests were made possible because community members care about the drug dilemma and choose to get involved by notifying law enforcement about what they see as suspicious activity in their neighborhoods. Drug investigations of this type are rarely immediate but they are effectual, he said.

Bliss
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Ceyler
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Lucas
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Hymes
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Agner
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Ceyler
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Fitchpatrick
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Johnson
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White
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Citywide arrest opperation brings in more than half

Staff report