Twenty-two arrested in drug round up

SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Sevier County Sheriff's Office says a 6 month undercover operation landed 22 people behind bars.

The Street Crimes Unit started sweeping Sevier County early this morning for suspected drug dealers.

Not all the suspects were caught. Deputies say they will keep searching until all are arrested.

Sheriff Ron Seals says he wants "to fight the street level dealing of pharmaceutical narcotics and other drugs". He wants anyone with information to call police.

40 individuals were indicted by the Sevier County Grand Jury earlier this week.

Here's a list of the people arrested Thursday:

James Jeffrey Allen age 50
Bond:$25,000.00

David E. Chamblee age 22
Bond:$15,000.00

Joseph Jay Martin age 46
Bond:$50,000.00

Minda McCracken age 37

Gregory Allen Snider age 54
Bond: $15,000.00

Matthew T. Cooper age 36
Bond: $40,000.00

Jennifer L. Parton age 36
Bond: $40,000.00

Stephen C. Lewis age 63
Bond:$15,000.00

Howard Clayton Shabdue age 64
Bond:$15,000.00

Joshua A. Breeden age 29
Bond: $10,000.00

Douglas Erfourth age 40
Bond:$2,500.00

Stanley S.. Shults Jr age 29
Bond: $40.000.00

Lake Williams age 60
Bond:$10,000.00

Heather M. Daler age 33
Bond:$15,000.00

Rachael D. Canter age 39
Bond:$15,000.00

Quinton Sutton age 51
Bond: $20,000.00

Mark A. Gibson age 34
Bond: $15,000.00

Martin F. Perez age 31
In Custody in Colorado

Mitchell Davis age 44
Bond:$15,000.00

Charles R. Dellinger age 48
Bond: $40.000.00

Norris Harvey age 22
Bond: $100,000.00

Crissy Campbell age 30
Bond:$25,000.00


You must be logged in to post comments.

Username:
Password (case sensitive):
Remember Me:

Read Comments

Join the Conversation!

While WVLT allows comments on articles, we ask that you respect the online community. Comments may be removed at any time for violations including:

  • Obscenity, profanity, vulgarity, racism, violent descriptions, name-calling or personal attacks.
  • Abuse of multiple accounts.
  • Off-topic comments.

Comments may be checked for inappropriate content or rule violation, but the station is under no legal obligation to monitor or remove comments. If you believe a comment violates the above rules, please use the Flagging Tool to alert a Moderator. 
Flagging does not guarantee removal.

  • by Fedup Location: Knoxville on Mar 10, 2012 at 01:59 AM
    @ dontjudge What I have learned from the story is they are dirt bags which have been monitored for six months. The police did not decide in a moment's notice to arrest them. Maybe you know some of these dirt bags? I am happy the police have arrested these people. Maybe I can buy allergy medicine again without having to show my license and be approved for it at the pharmacy soon. Dirt bags make the good people pay only.
  • by dontjudge Location: charleston,wv on Mar 9, 2012 at 10:43 PM
    Do you know any of these people???? How do you know they are dirtbags. You dont know there story or backgrounds. Truth be known your just jealous cuz you think they had something you wanted.
    • reply
      by Fedup on Mar 10, 2012 at 01:52 AM in reply to dontjudge
      What I have learned from the story is they are dirt bags which have been monitored for six months. The police did not decide in a moment's notice to arrest them. Maybe you know some of these dirt bags? I am happy the police have arrested these people. Maybe I can buy allergy medicine again without having to show my license and be approved for it at the pharmacy soon. Dirt bags make the good people pay only.
  • by Racer Dave Location: knox on Mar 9, 2012 at 06:29 AM
    Thank you! I cant stand pain pills.They make good people wanna rob and steal.
  • by JD Location: Sexier County on Mar 8, 2012 at 06:36 PM
    See ya Dirt Bags!!!

WVLT VOLUNTEER TV

6450 Papermill Drive Knoxville, TN 37919 Phone - (865) 450-8888; Fax - (865) 450-8869
Copyright © 2015 WVLT-TV Inc. - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability 141970713 - local8now.com/a?a=141970713
Gray Television, Inc.