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10 People Indicted On Felony Drug Charges In Ashland County
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Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 7/31/2013

Ten individuals have been indicted by the Ashland County Grand Jury on felony drug trafficking charges. The defendants were charged with 32 felony counts that include trafficking in crack cocaine, trafficking in marijuana and aggravated trafficking in oxycodone. The Ashland Police Department, Ashland County Sheriff's Office and the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested seven of the 10 defendants. Anthony Harvey, 27, of Ashland, three counts of trafficking in heroin and one count of possession of criminal tools Daniel Kusmisz, 57, of Ashland, four counts of aggravated trafficking in oxycodone and alprazolam Tyler W. Kitcart, 31, of Ashland, three counts of trafficking in cocaine Levi J. Walls, 34, of Mansfield, two counts of trafficking in crack cocaine Dylan J. Gillund, 25, of Ashland, three counts of trafficking marijuana Stacey L. Martin, 39, of Ashland, two counts of aggravated trafficking in Adderall Kelcey F. Sheriff, 20, of Ashland, two countys of complicity to aggravated trafficking in Adderall and one count of trafficking marijuana  Ashland County residents are encouraged to contact police if they suspect any drug activity through Facebook or the Drug Tip Line is 419-289-COPS. 
   
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