10 Arrests Made During Shelby County Drug Sweep
Published on November 2 2012 3:18 pm
Last Updated on November 2 2012 3:18 pm
Written by Greg Sapp
10 arrests were made Thursday during a multi-agency drug sweep through Shelby County.
The detail was designed to make arrests of people wanted on methamphetamine-related charges. The charges stem from a seven-month investigation into methamphetamine production in the Shelby County area.
Those arrested Thursday and their charges:
29-year-old Andrew Cable of Springfield on two counts of methamphetamine conspiracy, a Class X felony
29-year-old Sherry Niemeyer of Charleston on a count of methamphetamine conspiracy, a Class X felony
35-year-old Rachel Price of Shelbyville, charged with two counts of methamphetamine conspiracy, one a Class 1 felony, the other a Class 2 felony
35-year-old Marti Edwards of Shelbyville on the same counts as Price
32-year-old Kelly Dressen of Pana on a Class X county of methamphetamine conspiracy
28-year-old Erica Hawker of Windsor on Class 1 and Class 2 felony counts of methamphetamine conspiracy
50-year-old Pam Williamson and 50-year-old Arnold Williamson, both of Windsor, both on a Class 1 felony count of methamphetamine conspiracy and a Class 4 felony count of unlawful possession of pseudoephedrine
28-year-old Darla Ingram of Windsor on Class 1 and Class 2 felony counts of methamphetamine conspiracy
and 35-year-old Shane Pryczynski of Shelbyville on a Class 3 felony count of unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon and a Class 3 felony count of unlawful sale or delivery of a firearm.
Those arrested were taken to Shelby County Detention Center.
Three individuals remain at large at last report: Douglas Price, Blake Hankins and Davina Butler.
Participating agencies included Shelby County State's Attorney Deborah Riley, the Shelby County Sheriff's Department, Shelbyville Police Department, Illinois State Police Zone 5 Investigations, Central Illinois Enforcement Group, US Marshal's Service, Pana Police Department and Windsor Police Department.