REDFIELD — Redfield police have released the names associated with the arrest warrants they served Wednesday as part of a two-year multi-agency methamphetamine investigation.
Police Chief Steve McFatridge said the 20 warrants, all of which were served in and around the Redfield area, represented 37 undercover purchases by law enforcement made during the two years that involved more than 230 grams of methamphetamine with a street value of about $230,000.
Those served were:
• Curtis Stone, 34
• Rachel Edgar, 19
• Ryan Robbecke, 32
• Sabrina Musgrove, 33
• Donte Oliver, 22 — Still at large
• Lacey Solloway, 37
• Peggy Rodgers, 51
• Thomas Bush Jr., 45 — Still at large
• Stephen Crane, 40 — Still at large
• Jeremy Speights, 31
• John Want, 41
• Jonathan Webb, 35
• Earnest Reynolds, 40 — Still at large
• William Main, 39
• Steve Wilson, 22
• Douglas Barrow III, 45
• Corey Holt, 33
Redfield police started the investigation, but they were joined by the Arkansas State Police, Pine Bluff Police Department and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, which assisted with some of the larger undercover purchases. They were also assisted by the Arkansas Highway Police, Grant County Sheriff’s Office, National Guard and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, he said.
McFatridge has described the bust as round one of many rounds to come to send a message that drugs will not be tolerated in Redfield.
He said all charges are drug-related and are for distribution of methamphetamine. Some of the suspects will appear in Jefferson County Court, while others will appear in Grant County Court and one each will appear in Saline and Pulaski county courts.