Lafayette Metro Narcotics suspects identified

1STOCK gray jailbars DRUG ARRESTOXFORD – Lafayette County Metro Narcotics has arrested nearly 30 suspects so far in a late April drug sweep. Suspects and the charges they face are as follows:

• Jeremy Word, 25, Amory – possession of marijuana with intent to distribute

• Andrew George, 32, Myrtle – possession of marijuana with intent; possession of tetrahydrocannabinol with intent

• William W. Robertson, 24, Jackson – possession of marijuana with intent; possession of tetrahydrocannabinol with intent

• Brishen Matthews, 23, Monticello, Arkansas — possession of marijuana with intent; possession of Xanax with intent

• Justin Wilson, 25, Oxford – possession of marijuana with intent

• Nicholas Taras, 21, Brentwood, Tennessee – sale of Vyvanse

• Chris Dohan, 22, Chaffee, Missouri – sale of LSD

• Aruthur Fountain, 19, Pascagoula – sale of marijuana (two counts)

• Jacob Aguilar, 21, High Point, North Carolina – sale of marijuana (two counts)

• Imani Lombard, 19, Gulfport – sale of marijuana

• Tyler Folkes, 24, Seminary – sale of marijuana

• Scott Sutter, 19, Oxford – sale of Vyvanse

• Dylan Walls, 21, Oxford – sale of Xanax

• Noah Howell, 22, Oxford – sale of Adderall

• Cardell Porter, 20, Bogue Chitto – sale of marijuana (two counts)

• Chane Kesler, 24, Oxford – possession of Vyvanse and drug paraphernalia

• Wesley Salmon, 22, Oxford – sale of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent

• Reid Jefferies, 20, Cincinnati, Ohio – sale of DMT

• Francis Lawler, 21, Greenville – sale of marijuana

• Max Burke, 21, Ft. Myers, Florida – sale of marijuana

• Jackson Blue, 20, Collinsville – sale of marijuana (two counts)

• Travis Kirkwood, 27, Oxford – sale of marijuana (two counts)

• John Favazza, 19, Oakville, Missouri – sale of MDMA

• Josh Goldstein, 19, Gulf Breeze, Florida – sale of MDMA

• Stephen Rao, 18, Houston, Texas – sale of marijuana

At least three other suspects were charged only with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Suspects are cloaked in the presumption of innocence until found guilty by a court of law.

errol.castens@journalinc.com

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