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Posted: Friday, August 30, 2013 5:49 pm

BEAUFORT — Seven people have been arrested following an undercover investigation conducted by the County Sheriff’s Department that focused on the diversion of prescription medications.

The following suspects have been allegedly engaged in the illegal sales of prescription medications Down East and Beaufort.

Tammy Pittman Willis, 51, Gosling Lane, Otway, is charged with conspiracy to sell or deliver schedule II controlled substance (methadone), maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance. She has been released under a $2,500 bond.

Robert Ryan Willis, 34, 111 Gosling Lane, Otway, is charged with sale and deliver of schedule II controlled substance (methadone), possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule II controlled substance, conspiracy to sell or deliver a schedule II controlled substance (methadone) and maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance. He has been released from jail under a $2,500 bond.

Donna Lockhart Strickland, 38, 105 Gosling Lane, Otway, is charged with selling and delivering a schedule IV controlled substance (alprazolam), possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule II controlled substance (methadone) and maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance. She was released from the county jail under a $5,000 bond.

David Wayne Yeomans Jr., 29, 105 Gosling Lane, Otway, is charged with selling and delivering a schedule IV controlled substance (alprazolam), conspiracy to sell and deliver a controlled substance and maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance. He remains in the county jail under a $5,000 bond.

Lee Jones, 63, 103 Chadwick Road, Gloucester, is charged with selling and delivering a counterfeit controlled substance, possession with intent to sell and deliver a counterfeit controlled substance and maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance. He was released from jail under a $2,000 bond.

Jeffrey Dale Fulcher, 36, 1176 Harkers Island Road, Straits, is charged with selling and delivering a schedule II controlled substance (oxycodone), possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule II controlled substance and maintaining a vehicle for a controlled substance. He was released from the county jail under a $15,000 secured bond.

Tia Michelle Murrell, 104 Sand Dollar Court, Beaufort, is charged with selling and delivering a schedule II controlled substance (oxycodone), possession with intent to sell and deliver schedule II controlled substance and maintaining a vehicle for a controlled substance. She was released from the county jail under a $4,000 bond.

 

 

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  • CARTERETISCORRUPT posted at 4:09 pm on Fri, Sep 27, 2013.

    CARTERETISCORRUPT Posts: 811

    I am comfortable with the cops putting their lives on the line. Continue to do just that.

     
  • francis posted at 2:03 am on Wed, Sep 4, 2013.

    francis Posts: 2334

    Oprah had a show segment showing how prevalent TJ's { Thomas Jefferson's} genes were in the African American Community. A man with a warm heart and not one to deny it to the gals around the old estate. He lived the 13th Amendment day and night. Oh for the good old days.

     
  • liberal imbiber posted at 8:04 pm on Tue, Sep 3, 2013.

    liberal imbiber Posts: 28

    thank you for your response mr. bill! my tag name was created as a response to the girl who calls herself a "fat republican" and then leaves vapid posts about nothing and everything all at the same time. she is a full blown nanny state zealot but, when questioned, has no original thought. lazy minded at best. i am actually a libertarian in the best sense of the term. not a single issue guy and i try not to judge others by their stances on individual issues. i know, crazy. i would love to know who this mysterious "TJ" is so i can halfway understand dc's post. cryptic at best, but that is very common on this site for some reason. in other news, it has been brought to a vote, and harkers island person should probably relinquish her keyboard to a local charity. only 2 sentences yet i felt my brain hurt while reading them. actual physical pain! for now, i must assume a pet monkey got ahold of a laptop or something and randomly typed out words. nice showing "person"! please delete your account until you can contrive sentences to convey your thoughts. it really makes people from the island look bad and we all know wonderful people live there. also, "person" you should probably ignore the urban legend of looking both ways before crossing traffic. it was debunked on myth busters. if you want to cross, just go ahead and do it! we all know that traffic will stop for you.

     
  • dc posted at 3:20 pm on Tue, Sep 3, 2013.

    dc Posts: 2209

    So, the aristocrat,TJ, is your hero. Don't believe all the founding fathers saw eye-to-eye by a long shot. They all may not have been as liberal as you might think. And, some may not have even taken liberty with the free help like TJ.

     
  • Harkers Island person posted at 12:15 pm on Tue, Sep 3, 2013.

    Harkers Island person Posts: 7

    Thank to a nark They paid money to not good

     
  • EI_Bill posted at 8:40 am on Tue, Sep 3, 2013.

    EI_Bill Posts: 70

    @LI, I'm pretty darn liberal (like Thomas Jefferson and the rest of the founding fathers) and I'm embarrased to say I'm aligned pretty closely with you on this. I think most of my libbie friends would be too. You actually have some good points here, maybe YOU'RE a liberal too?!! I'll betcha JessM figures herself a conservative.

    The militarization of "law enforcement" is one of the greatest threats we face in this nation. Ask yourself this question... When you see a police car, do you feel safer or more threatened? If not from the aribitrary, quota-based pain they can put you through, my main fear is getting killed by one in my hometown racing through the center of town with no lights or siren, just to get off shift.

    I'll support the police when they go back to supporting the citizens.

     
  • liberal imbiber posted at 7:11 pm on Mon, Sep 2, 2013.

    liberal imbiber Posts: 28

    i am currently listening to the latest medley of the song "putting their lives on the line all the time". it is beautiful and touching! i think every LEO in the county should be paid at least $75k a year for such sacrifice. recently saw the morehead city "tactical response unit" truck going down bridges and thought they should probably have an M1 tank as well. the acts of issuing warrants, directing traffic, and giving speeding tickets on the easiest speed trap in the county (arendell street) must be horrifying! full body armor and hum vees all around! oh sorry.....i actually live here. meth, pharma abuse, and child predation seem to be this counties biggest woes. jessm is one of my favorite commenters on here. he/ she has the mentality that if you critisize anything about the local LEOs, you are on the side of the criminals. spoken like a true liberal! this county is far from crime ridden yet anyone who points that out must be anti-cop. not even in the least. if jessm can access this site then it is very possible they can access google and read about our crime rates, police per capita, etc.....i know she won't because she tried the alinsky tactic of "if you don't agree with me, you are a bad person". it is cute to watch.

     
  • MyronASmith posted at 2:49 pm on Mon, Sep 2, 2013.

    MyronASmith Posts: 75

    From parents on Harkers Island there are still drug dealers that are selling drugs and have been years. Why are they not questioned when parents ask for them to investigate? Nothing was done by the law enforcers. Who are the main dealers catch them?

     
  • morehood city res posted at 6:32 pm on Sun, Sep 1, 2013.

    morehood city res Posts: 272

    uh...selling presc. pain meds wasn't one of the high quality jobs everyone desires to have ....is it? i hope not. for hard earned money you may have to do some hard work...which could require getting off your lazy duff.

     
  • JESSM posted at 10:09 am on Sun, Sep 1, 2013.

    JESSM Posts: 26

    To all you people bad mouthing our law enforcement, remember they are on call if you need them, and several have died trying to protect our citizens. From what I read some of you are on the side of the criminals.

     
  • liberal imbiber posted at 5:17 pm on Sat, Aug 31, 2013.

    liberal imbiber Posts: 28

    we all should probably start a petition to allow the sherrif's dept to have access to everyone's medical records. then maybe we can weed out the bad players. sounds silly right? yeahhhhhh, he already wants to do that. you guys keep voting for him every election though please. $6.6 million dollar budget because he keeps turning over bailiffs and jail staff? all of this sounds completely necessary and i fully support their efforts.

     
  • PINEYPOINTER posted at 5:09 pm on Sat, Aug 31, 2013.

    PINEYPOINTER Posts: 43

    putting their life on the line lol lol lol lol lol 'the only ones putting their life on the line is the people on the highway when these barney fifes get a call .witnessed it to many times.like a bunch of maniacs on the highway trying to beat the other barney fife to the scene!!just a matter of time before someone one is injured or killed because of them

     
  • crystalball posted at 9:50 am on Sat, Aug 31, 2013.

    crystalball Posts: 106

    HA HA HA ...."Criminal Lawyer"

     
  • lynn posted at 8:23 pm on Fri, Aug 30, 2013.

    lynn Posts: 21

    After all the hard work the police do to catch people like this they will probably only get suspended sentences with a little community service and a fine. Just depends how good (and expensive) their lawyer is. I use to see it all the time when I worked for a criminal lawyer.
    We have law enforcement putting their lives on the line all time and then the criminals gets a high price lawyer and only gets a slap on the wrist!!!!

     

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