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Tuscaloosa police: 24 arrested on various drug-related charges

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TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- West Alabama Narcotics Task Force agents arrested 24 people on various drug-related charges, Tuscaloosa police said.

According to Lt. Brad Mason, the arrests stems from numerous investigations over the past few months. Police released booking photos for 20 of the 24 suspects apprehended and information relating to the charges against them.

An investigation remains ongoing. Additional charges and arrests are expected.

Those arrested are:

Lakeith Crenshaw:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School-$30,000

Sidarius Dewayne Wilkerson:  Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia- $5,000

Ramone Hardy:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School-$30,000

Monica Norris:  Unlawful Possession of Marijuana I-$15,000

Michael Hawkins:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School-$30,000

Kenneth Perry:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School (2x)-$60,000

Derrick Beville:  Unlawful Sale of Cocaine within Three Miles of School(2x)-$60,000

Unlawful Possession of Marijuana II-$6,000

Jalesia R. Howell:  Unlawful Possession of Marijuana I-$15,000

Jamarcus Sullivan:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School-$30,000

Randall Richardson:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School (2x)-$60,000

Nicholas Kelly:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School-$30,000

Terry Mullins:  Unlawful Sale of Cocaine within Three Miles of Schools (2x)-$60,000

Donald Winn:  Unlawful Possession of Marijuana I-$15,000

Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance-$15,000

Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia-$6,000

Travis McGee:  Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance-$15,000

Resisting Arrest-$5,000

Kelly D. Sellers:  Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance-$15,000

Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia-$6,000

Richard Jenkins:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School(2x)-$60,000

Unlawful Possession of Marijuana I - $15,000                                                                                                                                                               Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance-$15,000

Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - $6,000

Gabriel De Jesus:  Unlawful Possession of Marijuana II-$6,000

William D Sutherland:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School-$30,000

Kevin Carter:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School-$30,000

Patrick Stallworth:  Unlawful Possession of Marijuana within Three Miles of School(2x)-

$60,000

Jeffery Bolden:  Unlawful Sale of Marijuana within Three Miles of School-$30,000

James R Brown:  Unlawful Possession of Marijuana II-$6,000

Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia-$6,000

Todd Parham:  Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance-$15,000

Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia-$6,000

Jessica Hall:  Obstructing Governmental Operations-$6,000


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