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Update to the Criminal Syndicate in Green County

Date of News Release: 10/05/2010

(Columbia, Ky.) - The following were arrested on 10/03/2010.

20-year-old Jacobi A. Caven of Magnolia, KY was charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine 1st, Unlawful Distribution of a Methamphetamine Precursor, Engaging in Organized Crime-Criminal Syndicate.

18-year-old Bryanna M. Grant of Hodgenville, KY was charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine 1st, Unlawful Distribution of a Methamphetamine Precursor, Engaging in Organized Crime-Criminal Syndicate.

49-year-old Mark A. Caven of Summersville, KY was charged with Unlawful Distribution of a Methamphetamine Precursor, Engaging in Organized Crime Criminal Syndicate and Persistent Felony Offender

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Date of News Release: 09/14/2010

(Columbia, Ky.) - A year long investigation into the growing problem of Methamphetamine has resulted in the arrest of ten persons in Green County. Today, Troopers from Post 15 along with units from the Greensburg and Campbellsville City Police Departments and Green County Constable Brad Hall executed Indictment Warrants on the following:

48-year-old Barry Dobson of Summersville, KY was arrested and charged with Engaging in Organized Crime-Criminal Syndicate, Enhancement Manufacturing Methamphetamine 1st, Enhancement Possession Controlled Substance 1st (Meth), Enhancement Use/Possession Drug Paraphernalia 1st and Possession of Marijuana.

28-year-old Tina M. Allen of Summersville, KY was arrested and charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine 1st, Possession of controlled substance 1st degree 1st offense (meth), Unlawful Distribution of a Methamphetamine Precursor 1st, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 1st, Possession of Marijuana and Engaging in Organized Crime Criminal Syndicate.

18-year-old Terry S. Johnson of Magnolia, KY was arrested and charged with Unlawful Distribution of Methamphetamine Precursor and Engaging in Organized Crime Criminal Syndicate.

37-year-old Sandra Miller Rowe of Magnolia, KY was arrested and charged with Unlawful distribution of a Methamphetamine Precursor 1st and Engaging in organized crime Criminal Syndicate.

41-year-old Billy G. Wallace of Greensburg, KY was arrested and charged with Unlawful Distribution of a Methamphetamine Precursor 1st and Engaging in Organized Crime Criminal Syndicate.

33-year-old Christopher T. Gray of Summersville, KY was arrested and charged with Enhancement Manufacturing Methamphetamine 1st, Enhancement Possession of controlled Substance 1st (1st offense Meth), Enhancement Use/Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 1st offense and Engaging in Organized Crime Criminal Syndicate.

44-year-old Susan W. Rhodes of Magnolia, KY was arrested and charged with Unlawful Distribution of a Methamphetamine Precursor 1st, Possession of Marijuana and Persistent Felony Offender 2nd (2 counts) and Engaging in Organized Crime Criminal Syndicate.

44-year-old Jack Nunn JR. of Magnolia, KY was arrested and charged with Unlawful Distribution of a Methamphetamine Precursor 1st, Persistent Felony Offender (2 counts) and Engaging in Organized Crime Criminal Syndicate.

50-year-old Timothy J. McCorkle of Camner, KY was arrested and charged with Unlawful Distribution of a Methamphetamine Precursor 1st, Persistent Felony Offender (2 counts) and Engaging in Organized Crime Criminal Syndicate.

20-year-old Derek J. Meredith of Hodgenville, KY was arrested and charged with Unlawful Distribution of a Methamphetamine Precursor 1st and Engaging in Organized Crime Criminal Syndicate.

All but Christopher T. Gray were lodged in the Taylor County Jail. Gray is currently lodged in the Larue County Jail. The case remains under investigation by KSP and Greensburg Police Department with more arrests expected.

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