Alliance police arrest 25 people in warrant sweep

ALLIANCE, Ohio - Alliance police arrested 25 people on Wednesday as part of a warrant sweep in the area.

Those arrested ranged from 18 years old to 57 years old, and most of the people arrested are facing various drug charges.

"This warrant sweep is a continuation of Chief Scott Griffith and the Alliance Police Department's dedication to the war on drugs," Lt. John Jenkins said in a release.

All of the people arrested were taken to the Stark County Jail, and then released on bond. They are scheduled to appear in Alliance Municipal Court on various days later this month.

Those arrested include (all people are from Alliance, unless noted otherwise):

Daniel Grimes, 20, trafficking marijuana.
Michelle Grimes, 40, permitting drug abuse.
Morgan Thomas, 22, trafficking dangerous drugs.
Lonnie F. Coe, 36, trafficking dangerous drugs.
Dana J. Betz, 26, trafficking marijuana.
Glenn D. McKimmie, 22, trafficking dangerous drugs.
Amy J. Eckman, 41, trafficking dangerous drugs.
Ryan L. Saeger, 27, trafficking marijuana.
Michael A. Gray, 23, trafficking marijuana.
Michael A. Lawson, 32, trafficking marijuana.
Daniel L. Percy, 38, trafficking marijuana.
Jarius D. Wilson, 23, trafficking in marijuana.
Justin W. Rockwell, 21, of Sebring, complicity to selling drugs.
Kenneth D. Johnson, 43, trafficking marijuana
Justin W. Kinser, 21, of Homeworth, trafficking counterfeit controlled substance
Stacy K. Best, 35, trafficking marijuana
Ashley A. Lewis, 20, trafficking cocaine
Tina. K. Huff-Wright, 46, trafficking dangerous drugs
Thomas L. Murtz, 51, trafficking dangerous drugs
Zachary B. Noble, 25, of Sebring, trafficking dangerous drugs
Russell Inhurst, 48, trafficking dangerous drugs
Mark Bischel, 51, trafficking cocaine
Robert J. Cundiff, 57, petty theft
Lori Call, 18. possession of drug paraphernalia
Kasey Coe, 30, aggravated possession of drugs

Alliance police are still looking for 10 other people who were included in the arrest warrant, but weren't located Thursday.
 

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