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10 arrested in DeWitt County narcotics investigation

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Ten people were arrested in a DeWitt County narcotics investigation Tuesday afternoon. 
DeWitt County Sheriff's deputies served indictments  issued as a result of a six month long investigation into the sale and distribution of narcotics in the area. 
Ten people were taken into custody.
DeWitt deputies seized 3.55 grams of methamphetamine, 5.28 ounces of marijuana, and $288 in cash. 
DeWitt County Sheriff Carl Bowen says he expects more arrest in this operation.

“This operation was conducted all over DeWitt County during the past six months. This is just another example of the diligence and professionalism that is being exercised by the men and women of law enforcement and our community partners working together”. “I expect the remaining individuals will be taken into custody and brought to justice very shortly”.

1. Jeffery trusty (white male) DOB: 08/1980

-Manufacturer/Delivery Controlled Substance PG1 Drug Free Zone 3rd Degree Felony $30,000

2. Pamela Swain (white female) DOB: 01/1979

- Delivery of Marijuana, 5 pounds or less but more than one-fourth ounce a state jail felony $30,000

3. Jose Mendez (Hispanic male) DOB 08/1995

- Possession with Intent to Deliver a Simulated Controlled Substance $30,000

4. Jeremy Matejek (white male) DOB: 06/1994

- Manufacturer/Delivery Controlled Substance PG1 Drug Free Zone $30,000

- Manufacturer/Delivery Controlled Substance PG Drug Free Zone $30,000

- Manufacter/Delivery Controlled Substance PG 2A Drug Free Zone $30,000

5. Glenn Miesan (white male) DOB: 07/1957

- Man/Del CS in Drug Free Zone $30,000

- Possession of Marijuana in a drug free zone a State Jail Felony $10,000

- Possession of Substance in PG1 in a Drug Free Zone a 3rd Degree Felony $20,000

- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia a Class C Misdemeanor $419

6. Logan Rechterman (white male) DOB: 06/1986

- 2 Counts of Manufacture/Delivery of Substance in Penalty Group 2A DRUG FREE ZONE a 2nd Degree Felonies $60,000

7. Tommy Lucas (white male) DOB: 09/11/1989

- Manufacture/Delivery of Substance in Penalty Group 1 a 3rd Degree Felony $10,000

- Manufacture/Delivery of Substance in Penalty Group 1 a State Jail Felony $10,000

8. Guadalupe Pinon (Hispanic male) DOB: 08/1992

-Manufacture/Delivery of Substance in Penalty Group 1 in DRUG FREE ZONE a 1st Degree Felony $30,000

9. Phillip Nolan Walker (white male) DOB: 01/1973

- Manufacture/Delivery of Substance in Penalty Group 1 DRUG FREE ZONE a second degree felony $30,000

- Manufacture/Delivery of Substance in Penalty Group 1 DRUG FREE ZONE a state jail felony $30,000

10. Demetrias Flores (Hispanic male) DOB: 01/1995

- 2 counts of Manufacture/Delivery of Substance in Penalty Group 1 DRUG FREE ZONE $60,000

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