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LEWISBURG (WVVA) - Police arrested another suspect indicted by the Greenbrier County Grand Jury.

Wednesday, they arrested Tasha Elaina Fotopoulos, 21, of Hinton.  

She was wanted on two felony charges, delivery of cocaine and conspiracy to deliver oxymorphone, and a misdemeanor charge of sale and transfer of an imitation controlled substance. 

Fotopoulos was released on bond.

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LEWISBURG (WVVA) - A tenth suspect has been arrested as part of an ongoing drug roundup in Greenbrier County.
 
Jonathan Levi Spence, 20, of Lewisburg, was arrested on two counts of delivery of marijuana.
 
Police apprehended Spence in the White Sulphur Springs area.
 
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LEWISBURG (WVVA) - Tuesday morning the Greenbrier County Drug Task Force presented several indictments to the grand jury.

The grand jury handed down thirteen indictments for drug charges Tuesday afternoon. Police from the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Office, US Marshals and several city police officers took to the streets to round up the alleged drug offenders.

Police brought in nine of the thirteen wanted on Tuesday, and continue to search for the remaining four.
 
The following suspects were apprehended:
 
  • William Demar "Bill" Moore: Age 32 of Lewisburg, West Virginia, charged with four (4) counts of delivery of a controlled substance; Cocaine and one (1) count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance; Cocaine. 

  • Kendra Raye Preston: Age 22 of Second Creek (Monroe County), West Virginia, charged with two (2) counts of delivery of a controlled substance; Oxycodone. 

  • Gary Joe Flora: Age 33 of White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, charged with one (1) count of delivery of a controlled substance; Oxycodone and two counts delivery of a controlled substance; Hydrocodone.  

  • Anthony Gereld Loudermilk: Age 28 of Frankford, West Virginia, charged with one (1) count of delivery of a controlled substance; Hydrocodone, one (1) count of delivery of a controlled substance; Methylphenidate and one (1) count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance; Hydrocodone.  

  • Shawn Michael Quick: Age 36 of Lewisburg, West Virginia, charged with one (1) count of delivery of a controlled substance; Morphine and two (2) counts of delivery of a controlled substance; Oxycodone.

  • Brian Keith "Snuffy" Brown: Age 46 of Maxwelton, West Virginia, charged with two (2) counts of delivery of a controlled substance; Oxycodone and one (1) count of delivery of a controlled substance; Hydrocodone.

  • Melvin Arnold Treadway: Age 31 of Rupert, West Virginia, charged with one (1) count of delivery of a controlled substance; Oxycodone and one (1) count of delivery of a controlled substance; Clonezepam.

  • William Wallace Hayes: Age 36 of Layland (Fayette County), West Virginia, charged with two (2) counts of delivery of a controlled substance; Oxymorphone (Opana).

  • Natasha Elynn Simmons: Age 20 of Rainelle, West Virginia, charged with one (1) count of delivery of a controlled substance within 1000' feet of a school; Hydrocodone.


One additional suspect wanted for failure to appear was also arrested.

The suspects were taken to Southern Regional Jail Tuesday night.
 
Simmons was being held on $2,500 bond; Preston, Treadway and Wallace on $5,000 bond; Brown, Quick, Loudermilk and Flora on $7,500 bond and Moore on $12,500 bond.

 

 

 

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