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Grand jury indicts 38 on drug charges in Bristol

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A grand jury indicted 38 people on 83 drug distribution charges Tuesday. Most of the indictments involve the illegal sale of prescription drugs, with a handful of marijuana and cocaine charges. According to a news statement from the Bristol Virginia Police Department, the indictments are the result of a six-month undercover narcotics investigation. Officers began arresting the following people Tuesday evening.

Amy Adams, 39, of Portsmouth Avenue in Bristol, Va., indicted on three counts of distribution of Roxicet.

Robert Adams, 41, of Second Street, in Bristol, Va., indicted on two counts of distribution of Lortab and one count of distribution of Percocet.

Teresa Blake, 26, of Second Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on two counts of distribution of Lortab.

Cassandra Blevins, 23, of Redwood Circle in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Lortab.

Matthew Casey, 19, of Rooty Branch Road in Bristol, Tenn., indicted on two counts of distribution of cocaine.

Charles Camper, 26, of Euclid Avenue in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Roxicet, one count of distribution of OxyContin and one count of distribution of hallucinogenic mushrooms.

Regina Enix, 38, of Oakview Avenue in Bristol, Va., indicted on two counts of distribution of Suboxone.

Bridget Garbart, 26, of New Hampshire Avenue in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Suboxone.

Wyatt Greer, 22, of Massachusetts Avenue in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Lortab, two counts of distribution of cocaine and two counts of conspiracy to distribute cocaine.

Jamie Hall, 34, of Quarry Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Suboxone and one count of conspiracy to distribute Suboxone.

Michelle Hall, 32, of Portsmouth Avenue in Bristol, Va., indicted on two counts of distribution of Roxicet and one count of distribution of Lortab.

Wendy Henson, 35, of Bristol Caverns Highway in Bristol, Tenn., indicted on one count of distribution of Xanax.

Sarah Hess, 23, of Buchanan Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Suboxone.

Louise Hilliard, 29, of Portsmouth Avenue in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of OxyContin and one count of distribution of an imitation controlled substance.

Jamye Elaine Humphrey, 23, of Rebecca Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Suboxone and one count of conspiracy to distribute Suboxone.

Kenneth Johnson, 60, of Nicholas Street in Abingdon, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Roxicet.

Mickey J. Johnson, 31, of Fairview Avenue in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Suboxone and one count of distribution of OxyContin.

Greg Jones, 40, of Kentucky Avenue in Bristol, Tenn., indicted on two counts of distribution of morphine.

Peggie Lampkins, 48, of Second Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Lortab.

Douglas Lewis, 43, of New Hampshire Avenue in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Suboxone.

Douglas Lincoln, 24, of King College Road in Bristol, Tenn., indicted on one count of distribution of Lortab.

Lamar McCoo, 27, of Second Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of marijuana and one count of conspiracy to distribute marijuana.

James McCready, 52, of Lee Highway in Bristol, Va., indicted on two counts of distribution of Lortab and one count of selling an imitation controlled substance.

Mary Ann McCready, 25, of Lee Highway in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of OxyContin, one count of distribution of an imitation controlled substance and one count of distribution of Lortab.

Joshua Martin, 19, of Osborne Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Suboxone.

Kevin Wayne Parks, 33, of Portsmouth Avenue in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Lortab, one count of distribution of Suboxone and one count of distribution of Percocet.

Joshua Robinette, 22, of Peters Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of marijuana.

Chad Rhymer, 27, of Second Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Lortab.

Karina Roig, 19, of Windsor Avenue in Bristol, Tenn., indicted on one count of distribution of morphine.

Scott Buskey, 34, of East State Street in Bristol, Tenn., indicted on one count of distribution of morphine and one count of distribution of Dilaudid.

Denise Shirley, 40, of Lindsey Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Percocet, two counts of distribution of Suboxone and one count of distribution of Lortab.

Jeffrey Spencer, 29, of Ridgeview Circle in Bluff City, Tenn., indicted on one count of distribution of Suboxone and one count of conspiracy to distribute Suboxone.

Stevie Thomas, 31, of Vance Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on two counts of distribution of cocaine and two counts of conspiracy to distribute cocaine.

Stephanie Tolbert, 31, of Second Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on two counts of distribution of Suboxone.

Charles Triett, 59, of Second Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on one count of distribution of Suboxone.

Joyce White, 25, of Ridgeview Circle in Bluff City, Tenn., indicted on two counts of distribution of Suboxone, one count of distribution of OxyContin, one count of distribution of methamphetamine and one count of conspiracy to distribute a Schedule III drug.

Samantha Wilson, 20, of Second Street in Bristol, Va., indicted on four counts of distribution of marijuana and one count of conspiracy to distribute marijuana.

David Worley, 32, of Edmond Drive in Abingdon, Va., indicted on two counts of distribution of methamphetamine.

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