Friday, March 30, 2018

Operation Snowball Arrests 36



On Wednesday, 24 suspects were arrested in Sallisaw by Sallisaw police, and officers from the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s office, the U.S. Marshals Service and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

Sallisaw Police Chief Terry Franklin said the sweep was titled “Operation Snowball.”

He said, “Operation Snowball stems from an investigation into drug sells in and around Sallisaw. As a result of the investigation, arrest warrants were issued on 24 people. The arrest teams deployed from the Sallisaw Police department early Wednesday morning and began serving the arrest warrants. At the end of the day all but two of the warrants had been served. Along with the arrests of the 22 people with warrants, officers also arrested an additional 14 people for various charges including trafficking cds, eluding, cultivation of marijuana, possession of cds, and warrants from other agencies.”

The arrestees include:

-Josh Call on charges of unlawful use of telecommunication device, trafficking illegal drugs, possession of paraphernalia, and eluding a police officer;

-William Condra on charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance (cds), and possession of paraphernalia;

-Emily Davis on charges of possession of cds, and possession of paraphernalia;

-Michael Dover on a charge of unlawful use of a communication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Sabrina Drymon on charges of possession of cds and paraphernalia;

-Kelsee Flynn on charges of possession of cds and paraphernalia;

-Thomas Gann on a charge of unlawful use of communication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Devon Gillispie on a charge of unlawful use of communication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Andrea Goad on a charges of unlawful use of communication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Jeremy Harris on a charge of unlawful use of communication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-John Hill on charges of possession of cds and paraphernalia;

-Randall Hull on a charge of public intoxication;

-Rudy Hutson on charges of obstructing an officer and a Sallisaw warrant;

-Michael Kelly on charges of possession of cds and of paraphernalia, and unlawful use of communication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Cassie Kioski on charges of possession of cds and paraphernalia;

-Kendra Martinez on charges of possession of paraphernalia, and unlawful use of communication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Christian McCoy on charges of trafficking cds and two felony warrants out of Sequoyah County;

-Patricia Mitchell on charges of unlawful use of communication device to facilitate a drug crime, and a felony warrant;

-Robert Mitchell on a charges of unlawful possession of cds and unlawful use of telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Charlee Rose on charges of unlawful use of telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime, possession of cds, and felony warrant;

-Tarren Rose on charges of possession of paraphernalia and cds with intent;

-William Rowe on a charge of unlawful use of a telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-David Silva on a charge of unlawful use of a telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Dustin Smith on charges of unlawful use of a telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime, possession of cds and of paraphernalia;

-Michael Sparks on a charge of unlawful use of a telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Trenton Steeley on charges of possession of cds with intent, and possession of paraphernalia;

-Tammy Thomison on a charge of endeavoring/conspiracy to manufacture cds;

-Aaron Webb on charges of possession of cds, and unlawful use of a telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Jimmy Webster on a charge of unlawful use of a telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Johnathon Wilkins on a charge of unlawful use of telecommunication device, and a felony warrant;

-Jordan Johnson on a charge of unlawful use of telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Daniel Rose on a charge of unlawful use of telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Joshua Smith on a charge of unlawful use of telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Charles Condra on a charge of unlawful use of a telecommunication device to facilitate a drug crime;

-Eloy Hernandez on charges of cultivation of marijuana, possession of cds with intent and possession of paraphernalia.

Also, one juvenile male was charged with cultivation of marijuana, possession of cds with intent, and possession of paraphernalia.

Franklin added the Sallisaw Police Department thanked the Sequoyah County District Attorney’s Office, Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Marshals, and the OSBI for their hard work on making Operation Snowball such a success.


Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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