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Valley Police name 13 suspects in drug roundup

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TOP: Erin Dale Locklear, Ethan Taylor Whitehead, Debrozzo Tomarco Johnson, and Autumn Michele Hancock. BOTTOM: Kimberly Raye Crenshaw, Jessica Louise Fowler, Jameson Lamar Hargett, and Tony Bernard Hargett. (Valley Police Department) TOP: Erin Dale Locklear, Ethan Taylor Whitehead, Debrozzo Tomarco Johnson, and Autumn Michele Hancock. BOTTOM: Kimberly Raye Crenshaw, Jessica Louise Fowler, Jameson Lamar Hargett, and Tony Bernard Hargett. (Valley Police Department)
William McQueen and Felicia Rechelle Brown (Valley Police Department) William McQueen and Felicia Rechelle Brown (Valley Police Department)
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(WTVM) -

On December 17, 2013, members of the West Point Police Department, Chambers County Drug Task Force, and the Troup County Sheriff's Department, conducted a holiday roundup to search and arrest the below listed suspects.

Over the past several months, the West Point Police Department and the Chambers County Drug Task Force have been working to make the community safer and drug free during the Christmas and New Year Holiday Season.

 "We want to thank the Chambers County Drug Task Force, the Troup County Sheriff's Department, and the uniform division of the West Point Police Department for their continued support and assistance with this operation," said Chief Jeff Cato. "Investigator Fuller has done a tremendous job with networking and working closely with other members in the law enforcement community on suppressing drug activity. This is just another fine example of his due diligence in making the City of West Point and surrounding areas safer and drug free during the Christmas and New Year Holiday season."  

Undercover investigators have been making undercover drug buys from local street level dealers. As a result, warrants for the following 13 suspects have been obtained for the below listed charges. (Photos for three of the suspects have not been released.)

Erin Dale Locklear, 38, of West Point is charged with sale of Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (Morphine).

Ethan Taylor Whitehead, 23, of Valley is charged with Sale of Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (Methadone).  He was arrested in Valley, Ala. 

Debrozzo Tomarco Johnson, 41, of West Point is charged with two counts of Sale of Cocaine and two counts of Sale of Cocaine within 1,000 feet of a Housing Authority building. He was arrested in West Point.

Mallory Jade Fincher, 25, of Valley is charged with Sale of Schedule 4 controlled substance (Xanax). She was arrested in Valley.

Autumn Michele Hancock, 22, of Valley is charged with Sale of Schedule 4 controlled substance (Xanax). She was arrested in Valley.

Joshua Montez Gunsby, 25, of West Point is charged with one count of Sale of Marijuana and Sale of Marijuana within 1,000 feet of a Housing Authority building.

Kimberly Raye Crenshaw, 39, of LaGrange is charged with Sale of Methamphetamine and is incarcerated in the Troup County Jail.

Jessica Louise Fowler, 29, of LaGrange is charged with Sale of Methamphetamine and was arrested in LaGrange.

Jameson Lamar Hargett, 30, is charged with two counts of Sale of Marijuana and one count of Sale of Marijuana within a 1,000 feet of a Housing Authority building. He is already incarcerated.

Tony Bernard Hargett, also known as Tommy Coleman, 39, of West Point is charged with two counts of Sale of Marijuana and Sale of Marijuana within 1,000 feet of a Housing Authority building.

William McQueen, 36, of West Point is charged with one count of Sale of Marijuana and Sale of Marijuana within 1,000 feet of a Housing Authority building.

Felicia Rechelle Brown, 25, of LaGrange is charged with one count of Sale of Cocaine and Sale of Cocaine within 1,000 feet of a Housing Authority building.

Michael Lewis James, 54, of West Point is charged with Sale of Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (Roxicodone) and has already been arrested.

If you have additional information on the whereabouts of the suspects still at large, please call your local police department, Valley Area Crime Stoppers at 334.756.8200, Troup County Crime Stoppers at 706.812.1000, or Investigator Fuller at 706.645.3551. Your call can remain anonymous.

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