CHIPLEY — The Washington County Drug Task Force, consisting of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, Chipley Police Department and Federal agencies, reported multiple arrests stemming from narcotics investigations that have spanned several months.
The investigation included the sell of marijuana, possession of controlled substances, possession of drug paraphernalia and trafficking in methamphetamines.
Daniel Joseph Parrish, 34 , of Vernon in connection with charges of selling marijuana;
Shane Keith Fleming, 25, of Chipley in connection with charges of possession of listed chemicals with attempt to manufacture methamphetamines;
Timothy Dexter Bryant, 24, of Vernon in connection with charges of selling marijuana
Jonathan Frank Griffin, 24, of Chipley, in connection with charges of possession of drug paraphernalia.
“Our narcotics investigators spend countless hours working numerous leads, community tips, and surveillance to identify the drug activity threatening our county,” said Sheriff Bobby Haddock. “When our county rests, these guys are working tirelessly to ensure that cases are made and the business the bad guys are in is shut down.”
The following individuals are currently at large and are being actively sought:
Glenn David Stewart, 33, of Chipley in connection with charges of violation of probation (possession of methamphetamines);
Thomas Bernard Peterson, 43, of Vernon, in connection with charges of selling marijuana (2 Counts);
Raymond Earl Price, 55, of Caryville, in connection with charges of selling prescription pills trafficking amount;
Antonio Cruz Landaverda, 40, of Columbia, Ala., in connection with charges of trafficking in methamphetamines (ICE);
Christian Isaet Landovero Cruz, 24, of Columbia, Ala., in connection with charges of trafficking in methamphetamines (ICE).
The Washington County Drug Task Force asks that anyone with information on illegal drug activity contact us at 638-TIPS (8477) or by email at email@example.com.