Geneva County Sheriff announces 34 arrests in multi-agency drug roundup
GENEVA COUNTY, Ala. (WTVY) - The Geneva County Sheriff’s Office has announced several arrests related to a 3-year multi-agency drug investigation.
Geneva County Sheriff Tony Helms says officers began executing arrest warrants at 6:00 AM Tuesday morning.
By the afternoon there had been 34 arrests total stemming from the initial 36 warrants. Helms says some of those arrested Tuesday came as a result of serving the other warrants and were not on the original list of suspects.
All of those arrested were booked into the Geneva County Jail and will have their first appearance on Wednesday when their initial bond will be set.
Helms credited the multi-agency effort with the roundup including FBI, DEA, US Marshall Service, US Postal Service, ALEA, Houston County Sheriff’s Office, Coffee County Sheriff’s Office, Geneva Police, and the Slocomb Police among others.
Those arrested are:
- Hope Danley
- Daniel Stalnaker
- Tarry Hillard
- Darren Snell
- Antwaun Hudson
- Johnny Adams
- Chelsea Floyd
- Jerry Hildreth
- James Lolley
- Amanda Music
- Major Miller
- Rosanne Johnston
- Sabrina Henderson
- Timothy McReynolds
- Anthony Smith
- Toranto Lett
- Treshawn Clay
- Jerome Chinell
- Sarah Holley
- James Holley
- Patrick Holt
- Jason Henderson
- Anthony Peacock
- Dewey Gibson
- Jamarcus Williams
- Larry hillard
- Corey McNeal
- Shanna Collins
- Jarvis Hornsby
- Travis Hornsby
- Soletta Darden
Full Press Release from Geneva County Sheriff Tony Helms
Today is the culmination of 3 years of investigation of drug trafficking and distribution in and around Geneva County.
Throughout these 3 years officers have been hard at work gathering evidence, by search warrant, subpoena, surveillance, and other means.
The Agencies that participated were the FBI, DEA, USMS, USPS, ALEA, Geneva County Sheriff’s Office, Houston County Sheriff’s Office, Coffee County Sheriff’s Office, Geneva Police, Slocomb Police, Hartford Police, Samson Police, Enterprise Police, Ozark Police and Dothan Police Departments.
The officers from all the Departments that are represented here put in a lot of late nights and long days. We would also like to recognize the U.S Attorney’s Office from the Middle District of Alabama and the 33rd District Attorney’s Office for Geneva/Dale County for their assistance and guidance during this investigation.
At 6 am officers began executing state and federal arrests warrants on some of the individuals from this investigation.
These persons were taken into custody and are being processed into the Geneva County Jail. No Bonds have been set at this time and all arrested will have a first appearance Wednesday at which time the Judge will set a bond.
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