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UPDATE WITH PHOTOS: GRAND JURY INDICTMENTS handed down in Saline Monday

Deondraye Jackson

Deondraye Jackson

Joel Crisp

Christine English-Boone

Julie Pinkard

Blake Boone

Carmella Woods

Jariah Moss

Stanley Dearmon

Bill Allen

Joshua Hodge

Posted by on Wednesday, September 14th, 2011 @ 10:06 am.

SALINE CO.—Twelve people were named in 30 true bills of indictment that were handed down Monday after a Saline County grand jury met and learned about trading of illegal pharmaceuticals or substances in the area.

Indicted were:

Deondraye Jackson

Deondraye R. Jackson, 22, Harrisburg, on a March 8, 2011 incident of Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance, more than 1 but less than 15 grams of cocaine.

Joel Crisp

Joel D. Crisp, 21, Carrier Mills, on a March 3, 2011 incident of Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance, more than 1 but less than 15 grams of cocaine.

Christine English-Boone

Christine I. English, 35, Harrisburg, on a July 28, 2011 incident of Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance, nine pills containing alprazolam.

Julie Pinkard

Julie A. Pinkard, 47, Harrisburg, on a June 27, 2011 incident of Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance, ten hydrocodone pills, and a second incident of same, on July 19, 2011, involving 16 hydrocodone pills.

Blake Boone

Blake E. Boone, 42, Harrisburg, three counts of Unlawful Deliver of a Controlled Substance, June 27, 2011, 12 pills containing alprazolam; June 29, 2011, 27 pieces of white pills containing alprazolam; and August 11, 2011, ten pills containing clonazepam.

Carmella Woods

Carmella G. Woods, 47, Harrisburg, three counts of Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance in a Residential Property Owned by a Public Housing Agency, the Saline County Housing Authority on Barnett Street, on June 29, 2011, 27 pills containing alprazolam; on July 11, 2011, 42 pills containing hydrocodone; and on July 11, 2011, 25 pills containing alprazolam.

Jariah Moss

Joseph A Sepulveda, 53, lka Harrisburg, four counts of Unlawful Delivery of Cannabis, on February 28, 2011; March 8, 2011 (delivered to special agent Jayson Murbarger, no less); a second on March 8, 2011, a little later and to Murbarger again; and on March 16, 2011, all of it not more than 10 but less than 30 grams.

Jariah T. Moss, 30, Harrisburg, a count of Unlawful Delivery of Cannabis more than 30 but not more than 500 grams on May 23, 2011; and two counts of Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance, more than 1 but less than 15 grams of cocaine, one on May 25, 2011, the second on May 27, 2011.

Stanley Dearmon

Stanley L. Dearmon, 32, Harrisburg, three counts of Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance, one or more grams but less than 15 grams of cocaine, on June 8, June 10, and July 7, 2011.

Bill Allen

Bill R. Allen, 50, Harrisburg, Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance, less than 10 grams of a substance containing morphine.

Robert A. Braxton, 41, address unknown, Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance, on or more grams but less than 15 grams of a substance containing cocaine on June 13, 2011.

Joshua Hodge

Joshua T. Hodge, 40, Harrisburg, three counts of Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance, one or more grams but less than 15 grams of a substance containing cocaine, June 20, June 27 and July 18, 2011.

We are missing some mugs, as some have not been apprehended yet…so keep checking back.

 

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36 Comments for “UPDATE WITH PHOTOS: GRAND JURY INDICTMENTS handed down in Saline Monday”

  1. Sundance

    Jariah Moss, had been paroled from prison just a little over a month according to the date here. He must be takin’ after his daddy.

      • Sundance

        Winifred is his Dad.

        • Sweet4Sweets

          Didn’t one of the Hodge’s get busted in the last sweep? Or was responsible for someone who sold some cocaine near a school or church here awhile back In Carrier Mills, I think?

        • Sweet4Sweets

          Yeah, that sounds right..It was just within the last couple of years when several of them got busted. M.Miller, W.Moss, J.Moss etc…Isn’t that when Raymond took off running? Somewhere around that time frame, I think? Sheesh, it’s so hard to keep up with em all! I went to school with alot of the Moss’s so I remember most of them. Alot of the other names don’t sound familiar to me except through here.

          • Sundance

            I’ve wondered about Mark Miller. Even though he was off parole he’s been in prison for drugs and never went back after that last bust. Of course Mark, married into the Moss family. I would run into Mark in the store and he would always say Hi to me. I never recognized him. I would always think to myself, who is that guy….Then I was able to put it in place. Mark is one of the last people I would have thought of. Just goes to show you never know who falls prey to drugs. Comes a’ time you gotta’ take responsibility. Changes don’t just happen.

            As far as Raymond goes, he needs to be locked up and never let free. And yes he took off running when the warrant wasn’t for him. A law enforcement officer said apparantly old habits die hard for him. lol!

        • Sweet4Sweets

          I wouldn’t know M.Miller if I ever ran into him anywhere either. I know who he married, but I’m thinking they got a divorce. I never did read anywhere if he went back to prison or not after his last arrest.
          So true about never knowing who will fall prey to drugs!! :o:
          Also, very true about Raymond! I don’t think I’ve ever heard of anyone getting by with so much like he has…well, Fonsucka comes close.

        • Sweet4Sweets

          You know, I think it’s hard for people to truly get out and stay out of the lifestyle they’ve known for so long unless they move away to a different state and are determined to change. And THAT doesn’t always work, unfortunately!! :o: Change will only happen when they’re made to change. Bad thing about prison is you hear all kinds of stories and see on TV how they can have access or get drugs in there too.

      • Sweet4Sweets

        I’m thinking it’s Winifred..not sure though.

    • Sweet4Sweets

      Sundance, is Winifred his dad?

  2. Sundance

    Bill Allen…..what can I say..we need a three strikes law in Illinois. Oh wait, where would we put them.

  3. Dennis J. Bridwell

    Look at those ages… old enough to have developed some sense by now but apparently there was something that blocked their learning process.

  4. Old Fart

    This is trully saddening to see that so many are so ignorant to the effects that drugs play on their own and others lives! I have to agree with Dennis as something apparently blocked their learning process as they should at some point realize drugs are harmful and then to think some of these at least are second generation drug dealers/users!

  5. Dennis J. Bridwell

    As the old saying goes “The Family that Sells together, Cells together”

  6. Sweet4Sweets

    Jack, who is that in mug shot?

  7. Top Cat

    I bet the Undercover Cop Could buy all day every day in Saline County!

  8. bbboomer

    I didn”t see a picture of the Sepulvida guy, did he get booked with the rest?

  9. bbboomer

    My daughter went to school with a kid by that name and I am 99.9 percent sure that this is his dad. He was a real lowlife, lived in a camper and let his boy drop out of school when he was 15. We were told that he stayed drunk and stoned most of the time. The poor kids mother was even worse!

  10. Top Cat

    What is worse than staying Drunk and staying Stoned?

  11. Old Fart

    What do they use for a camera in harrisburg for mugshots anyhow a tower cam? Looks like the camera is way up high…perhaps higher than the clientel!

  12. Top Cat

    You’re right boomer.I guess I wasn’t thinking before posting that.It just seems like the Dad was doing everything he shouldn’t.
    But even if his Mom and Dad wasn’t role models as Parents is not the reason he got into trouble.Well maybe .But my point is the Best Parents doing exactly what they should do to raise a child ,but when they leave the nest and many times before, they will do wrong All you can do is raise them the best you can and then hope for the best.
    Then when or if they don’t turn out to be Presidents ,Doctors and Vips people want to blame the Parents.It isn’t always the Parents fault.

  13. k9jager

    Sad thing is Joel just graduated from SIC, cant believe he got mixed up in that mess!

  14. eileen ovaclosa no

    @Top Cat…LOL…now days turning out to be Doctors, Lawyers & VIP’s doesn’t mean a thing except that they have more money for their drugs. 8)

  15. bbboomer

    It is very sad that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

  16. bbboomer

    Maybe I am dense but k9jager posted at 12:02am, eileen posted at 12:04pm and I posted at10:01 pm. How is that? Like I said, maybe I am dense.

  17. bbboomer

    oookaayy, Like I said, I am dense and going on about six hours sleep for the last 2 days. I am logging off now and hitting the sac. night all!

    • Sundance

      Sleep deprivation will take a toll on ya’…Get some rest and feel better tomorrow.

    • Old Fart

      made it back safe and sound…not sure what to tell ya about the other stuff I have been monitoring but it is still a probability that something will happen. Just wanted to tell ya that I made it back home safe and sound and wasnt affected by any unusual circumstances today other than heavy traffic!

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