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List of suspects with warrants updated

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

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Dusty Rhodes
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Nicole J. Bond-Lange
Clay County Justice Center officials released what mugshot photos are available at this time and updated information for the following elusive suspects who were not picked up during Tuesday's warrant sweep in Clay County. All of the charges listed with each individual are allegations at this time.

* Dusty Rhodes, 35, Terre Haute

1 class B felony charge of Dealing Methamphetamine,

* Jonah Childress, 27, Terre Haute

1 class B felony charge of Dealing Methamphetamine,

* Bryan J. Frazee, 28, Knightsville

2 class D felony charges of Dealing Marijuana,

1 class D felony charge of Maintaining of Common Nuisance,

* Nicole J. Bond-Lange, 38, Brazil

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Laura S. Sproul
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Kimberly Schurick
2 class B felony charges of Dealing Methamphetamine,

2 class D felony charges of Maintaining a Common Nuisance,

2 class B misdemeanor charges of Visiting a Common Nuisance,

* Gary K. Shelley, 39, Brazil

2 class B felony charges of Dealing Methamphetamine,

* Laura S. Sproul, 27, Brazil

2 class B felony charges of Dealing Methamphetamine,

2 class D felony charges of Possession of Methamphetamine,

* Joseph F. Jones, 28, Brazil

1 class B felony charge of Dealing Schedule 1 controlled substance,

1 class B felony charge of Dealing Schedule 3 controlled substance,

* Keith E. Fields, 46, Coalmont

1 class D felony charge of Possession of Methamphetamine,

1 class D felony charge of Possession of Paraphernalia

* Timothy M. Tryon, 40, Brazil

2 class B felony charges of Dealing in Schedule 2 controlled substance,

1 class D felony charge of Maintaining a Common Nuisance, and

* Kimberly Schurick, 27, Clay County

1 class B felony charge of Dealing in Methamphetamine,

1 class D felony charge of Maintaining a Common Nuisance.

To provide information as to the whereabouts of these individuals, contact the Clay County Sheriff's Department at 446-2535 or the Brazil City Police Department at 446-2211.

Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton told The Brazil Times that many tips have came into the department, which is causing the phone lines to become congested at times.

"People can dial 448-9048 to reach the department if the other line is busy," Heaton said.


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Interesting thing about the "names" I notice .. is that their PARENTS are fine, upstanding citizens of Brazil. Hmmmm. Maybe these kids were given too much too soon? How sad.

-- Posted by Emmes on Thu, Aug 7, 2008, at 1:53 PM

There has been a lot of Drug activity in this county for many years. Anyone who works in a gas station or convenient store in Brazil meets the people selling and using daily! Yes it is good to get these people off the streets but is jail or prison the right place for them to be? I keep hearing how full our jails and prisons are so is this the right solution to our growing problem? Are they putting the right ones in there? It seems to me that the law enforcement are a little SELECTIVE on who they bust these days. Why is that? We see people walking the streets that should be in jail and people that are in jail that should be walking the streets. Makes no sense to me. They have COLLECTED enough little guys to get their MAJOR PLAYERS, and where are THEY? Walking the streets! Running businesses! Sending the money they make from drugs back home to Mexico every week by money order!!!!!!!!!!

Come on! I think Mayberry's finest needs to step up to the plate!

-- Posted by mustanglady on Thu, Aug 7, 2008, at 3:22 PM

SOMETIMES I CANNOT BELIEVE SOME OF THE COMMENTS ON THIS PAGE. THERE WERE OVER THIRTY ARRESTS ON DRUG CHARGES IN THIS COUNTY, AND STILL PEOPLE JUST CANNOT BE GREATFULL. I THINK THAT EITHER ONE OF OUR FRIENDS WERE ONE OF THE UNFORTUNATE THAT GOT BUSTED, OR SOMEONE HATED WAS ONE THAT GOT AWAY. MANY PEOPLE OUT THERE HAVE COMMENTED ON HOW AWESOME THE COPS DID IN THIS, BUT FOR THE SLIM FEW THAT THINK MORE COULD STEP UP TO THE PLATE, JUST TRY TO GET INVOLVED FOR ONCE.

-- Posted by SIKOFIT on Thu, Aug 7, 2008, at 4:17 PM

mustanglady-

Didn't you read the stories in the paper awhile back about the arrests that took place along the I-70 corridor from Indy to Terre Haute? The Clay County Sheriff's Department assisted in those investigations and several large scale dealers from here in Clay County have been sent to prison along with numerous others who were "Sending the money they make from drugs back home to Mexico every week by money order." I think "Mayberry's finest" stepped up when they assisted in securing Federal indictments against 33 high level drug traffickers who were responsible for a lion's share of the highly pure meth that was hitting our streets. If you know so much about what is going on then why don't you step up and share your knowledge, I can only think of three reasons that you wouldn't (1) you are making things up, (2) you are a fellow traveler, or (3) you are a coward. You should educate yourself before you start puking out whatever ridiculous nonsense that comes to your mind.

-- Posted by Unsolicited opinion on Thu, Aug 7, 2008, at 6:05 PM

THANK YOU "UNSOLICITED", FINALLY AN EDUCATED OPINION. THE BROTHERS AND SISTERS OF THE CLAY COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT DO WHAT THEY CAN WITH WHAT THEY HAVE. UNFORTUNATLEY UNTIL THESE LARGE SCALE OFFICES SUCH AS DEA, FBI, AND STATE POLICE WANT BE ENVOLVED IT SEEMS AS IF THE LOCAL PROSECUTORS JUST DON'T WANT TO STEP OUT ON THAT PREVERBIAL LIMB AND GET IT DONE. IT IS MY OPINION THAT THE LAW ENFORCEMENT DOES EXTEMELY WELL WITH THE HAND THEY ARE DEALT.

-- Posted by SIKOFIT on Thu, Aug 7, 2008, at 6:40 PM

Uhh...Some of you people drive me CRAZY!! These officers are out there working their butts off trying to keep you and the community safe and all you can do is complain. You might as well spit in their face. It is ridiculous. As to the comments about them being selective..do you realize they have to have enough evidence to go and get these people. Just because you know this person does drugs doesnt mean you have enough evidence to arrest them. The Major Players as you call them are very well insolated and keep very well hidden. If you are so concerned and know so much why not contact the BCPD or CCSD? I personally am very thankful for the drug arrests they have made and i have faith and i know that when they can they will go after the bigger people. Thank you Brazil City Police and Clay County Sheriff Department. I appreciate all of your hard work.

-- Posted by piper08 on Thu, Aug 14, 2008, at 10:47 PM

Good Job, Our officers deserve pay raises for taking out the trash. The sad part is we all know there's more trash to be taken out!

-- Posted by reddevil on Thu, Aug 14, 2008, at 11:29 PM


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