12 Arrested On Drug Charges In Franklin County

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Special Agents with the Drug Investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation were part of a multi-agency arrest round-up in Franklin County this week that resulted in the arrest of 12 people on a variety of drug-related charges.

 

On Jan. 7, the Franklin County Grand Jury returned indictments charging multiple people with a variety of charges stemming from incidents from 2017 through 2018.

This week, TBI agents joined law enforcement officers with the Middle Tennessee Appalachia High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, the Winchester Police Department and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department in locating and arresting 12 of those people.

 

Among the individuals who were arrested and charged as a result of the indictments:

 

*Brandon Joe Padget (DOB 02/21/1996), Winchester: One count Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule II, one count Possession of Schedule II with Intent.

 

*Jason Ray Clark (DOB 04/10/1981), Winchester: One count Sale of Schedule II, one count of Possession of Schedule II, two counts of Possession of Schedule II with Intent, two counts of Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule II, two counts of Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule II.

 

*Steve Wayne Francis (DOB 09/09/1957), Decherd: One count Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule IV, one count Possession of Schedule IV.

               

*Jason R. Hunt (DOB 12/27/1982), Decherd: One count Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule II, one count Possession of Schedule II with Intent.

 

*Justin Ray George (DOB 06/28/1984), Decherd. Two counts Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule III, two counts Possession of Schedule III.

 

*Mary Jane Yates (DOB 11/09/1990), Estill Springs: One count Possession of Schedule III, one count Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule III.

 

*Timothy Campbell (DOB 04/13/1989), Winchester: One count Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sale of Schedule II, one count Possession of Schedule II.

 

*Ruth A. Crain (DOB 11/21/1960), Winchester: One count Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule IV, one count Simple Possession, one count Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule II, one count Simple Possession/ Casual Exchange.

 

*Chadwick Michael Baker (DOB 07/26/1983), Belvidere: One count Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule II, one count Possession of Schedule II with Intent.

               

*Adam Gifford (DOB 10/10/1991), Belvidere: Two counts Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule II, two counts Possession of Schedule II.

 

*Matthew Christopher Roden (DOB 07/31/1979), Estill Springs: One count Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule II, one count Possession with Intent Schedule II, one count Manufacture/ Delivery/ Sell of Schedule II, one count Possession of Schedule II with Intent.

 

*Laquisha Reshawn Calleja (DOB 11/05/1981), Tullahoma. One count Sale or Delivery of Schedule II, one count Possession of Schedule II with Intent.

 

These individuals were booked into the Franklin County Jail. Additional arrests are expected.


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