Two of the five elusive suspects from the Aug. 5 drug sweep could soon find themselves in custody.
Clay County Prosecutor Lee Reberger told The Brazil Times Friday that the U.S. Marshals Office Fugitive Task Force is tracking down Keith E. Fields, Nicole J. Bond-Lange, Jonah Childress, Dusty Rhodes and Kimberly Schurick and two of them are close to being brought back to face their drug charges.
Reberger is unable to disclose the identities of the suspects found by the task force, but did say one was possibly incarcerated.
"Two of the fugitives have been located in other states," Reberger said. "The marshals are currently collecting the necessary information to bring them back here."
The arrest warrants issued for the remaining suspects will stay in effect until they are caught, turn themselves into authorities or the prosecutor's office withdraws the warrants.
"These warrants will not go away," Reberger said. "We will not stop looking for them."