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Lincoln grand jury indicts 15 for drug trafficking

March 27, 2013|By Ben Kleppinger | ben@theinteriorjournal.com

STANFORD — A Lincoln County grand jury has indicted 15 people on drug trafficking or complicity to drug trafficking charges based on testimony from state police.

The people, all of whom reside in Stanford according to court documents, face charges they were involved with drug deals with a confidential informant for state police between August and December 2012.

The drugs allegedly being trafficked include oxycodone, methamphetamine, hydrocodone and cocaine.

KSP spokesman Trooper Paul Blanton said the indictments were a result of work by state police's Drug Enforcement Special Investigations unit.

Troopers with the DESI unit have not responded to a call asking for comment on the investigation.

The indictments are:

• Melissa Sue Brock of 110 Helm St. in Stanford for selling more than 10 units of oxycodone on Oct. 26 and for selling 10 units of oxycodone on Nov. 9;

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• Donald P. and Jane Hendrickson, both of 306 Maxwell St. in Stanford, for selling 20 units of hydrocodone on Nov. 27;

• Lisa Carrier of 703 East Main St. in Stanford for selling less than 2 grams of methamphetamine on Aug. 8;

• Roger W. Fox Sr. of 114 Eastwood Dr. in Stanford for selling less than 10 units of oxycodone on Nov. 13;

• Stanford residents Roger W. Fox II of 114 Eastwood Dr., Toney Rowe of 108 Helm St., Jonathan Ray Davis of 206A Old Fort Road and Cassi Smith of 7520 Ky. 6698 for complicity to selling less than 10 units of oxycodone on Nov. 13;

• Kelly Beyersdoerfer of 703 East Main St. for selling less than 2 grams of methamphetamine on Dec. 6;

• Stanford residents Phebe J. Wilson of 806 Lancaster St. and Robert J. Durham of 2000 Bone Road for complicity to selling less than 2 grams of methamphetamine on Dec. 6;

• Jeffery Dale Pemberton of 703 East Main St. in Stanford for selling less than 2 grams of methamphetamine on Aug. 17;

• Jason J. Hipps of 3025 U.S. 150 West Apt. E in Stanford for selling 2 grams of cocaine on Nov. 27; and

• Sally J. Swift of Darst St. Apt. No. 8 in Stanford for selling 10 units of oxycodone on Nov. 2 and selling 10 units of oxycodone on Dec. 7.

KSP Detective Keith Addison testified before the grand jury for each of the indictments.

An indictment is not an indication of guilt; it is a formal criminal charge that can lead to a trial.

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