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Mugshots: "Operation Pill Crusher" phase IV

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NEWPORT, N.C. - It's Phase IV of “Operation Pill Crusher” and another 14 people are behind bars in Carteret County.

Three weeks ago, Sheriff Asa Buck and District Attorney Scott Thomas reported on the first round of the undercover drug operation called “Operation Pill Crusher.” Since then, they've rounded up another 15 people in Phase II and Phase III in addition to the first 24 arrested in Phase I.

The operation is an effort to target criminal suspects who have been engaged in the illegal sales and diversion of prescription medication and other illegal drugs in Carteret County.

Those charged in phase IV of “Operation Pill Crusher” include:

Cynthia Willis Allred, 35
103 Leslie Golden Rd.
Beaufort
Bond: $25,000 secured
• 2 counts – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver

Schedule II controlled substances
• 2 counts – Sell and deliver schedule II controlled substances
• 2 counts – Maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for controlled substances
• 1 count – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver

Schedule IV controlled substances
• 1 count – Sell and deliver schedule IV controlled substances

Reuben Patrick Anderson, 25
105 W. Southwinds Dr.
Newport
Bond: $75,000
• 7 counts – Trafficking opium or heroin

Tyler Allan Burnette, 19
2502 East Forest Dr.
Newport
Bond: $4,000 secured
• 1 count – Possession with intent to sell & deliver marijuana
• 1 count – Sell or deliver marijuana

Katrina Michelle Cahoon, 36
980 Marshallberg Rd.
Marshallberg
Bond: $5,000 secured
• 1 count – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver

Schedule IV controlled substances
• 1 count – Sell and deliver schedule IV controlled substances
• 1 count – Maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for controlled substances

Cenda Carol Clodfelter, 45
226 Clayton Dr.
Newport
Bond: $750,000 secured
• 6 counts – Trafficking opium or heroin
• 2 counts – Maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for controlled substances

Donnie Paul Davis, Jr., 24
143 Alvie Ln.
Beaufort
Bond: $25,000 secured
• 2 counts – Trafficking opium or heroin
• 1 count – Maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for controlled substances

Jonathan Maclaine Davis, 21
609 Hwy 70 East
Davis
Bond: $250,000 secured
• 8 counts – Trafficking opium or heroin
• 2 counts – Maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for controlled substances
• 1 count – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver

Schedule II controlled substances
• 1 count – Sell and deliver schedule II controlled substances

Kevin Wayne Honeycutt, 19
328 Newport Loop Rd.
Newport
Bond: $20,000 secured
• 1 count – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver

Schedule II controlled substances
• 1 count – Sell and deliver schedule II controlled substances

Keith Allen Kreider, 44
Harkers Island
Bond: $250,000 secured
• 2 counts – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver

Schedule II controlled substances
• 2 counts – Sell and deliver schedule II controlled substances
• 2 counts – Maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for controlled substances

Kendra Leann Lawrence, 24
272 Gillikin Rd.
Beaufort
Bond: $130,000 secured
• 9 counts – Trafficking opium or heroin
• 4 counts – Maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for controlled substances
• 2 counts – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver

Schedule II controlled substances
• 2 counts – Sell and deliver schedule II controlled substances

Travis Lee Marshall, 22
247 Old Airport Rd.; Lot 8
Newport
Bond: $75,000 secured
• 3 counts – Maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for controlled substances
• 2 counts – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver cocaine
• 2 counts – Sell and deliver cocaine
• 1 count – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver

Schedule II controlled substances
• 1 count – Sell and deliver schedule II controlled substances

Joie Marie Pierce, 32
2050 Country Club Rd.; Lot 10
Morehead City
Bond: $15,000 secured
• 1 count – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver

Schedule II controlled substances
• 1 count – Sell and deliver schedule II controlled substances
• 1 count – Maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for controlled substances

Joel Elliott Willis, 23
983 Hwy 70 East
Davis
Bond: $5,000 secured
• 1 count – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver marijuana
• 1 count – Sell or deliver marijuana

John Blake Wysocki, 17
325 Newport Loop Rd.
Newport
Bond: $5,000 secured
• 1 count – Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, & deliver marijuana
• 1 count – Sell or deliver marijuana

The Carteret County Sheriff’s Office worked in coordination with D.A. Scott Thomas’ office reviewing criminal histories and prior criminal activity on the targeted suspects. Police say many of the targeted offenders have extensive criminal records as well as prior drug conviction and previous probationary sentences.

Sheriff Asa Buck said previously the arrests are just the beginning and over the next several weeks a significant number of additional arrests will be made.
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