10 arrested on drug charges in Washington County

WESLEY Twp. – Ten people were arrested in Washington County on drug charges today, with 15 additional arrests expected in surrounding counties, as the result of an investigation by the Washington Morgan Noble Major Crimes Task Force and with aid from the Athens County Sheriff’s Office and the Ohio Attorney General’s office. It was announced at a press conference in Wesley Township that a series of warrants were executed this morning.

According to information provided by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, those arrested include:

– Richard Leroy Mayle, 74, of 600 Hill Road, Cutler, charged with one count of trafficking in heroin, a second-degree felony, and one count of trafficking in prescription pain medication, a fourth-degree felony.

– Rodney Duane Mayle, 49, of 1205 1/2 Pershing Road, Zanesville, for one count of trafficking in cocaine, a second-degree felony.

– Brandon Lee Kennedy, 29, of 5580 Oak Hill Road, Stockport, for one count of trafficking in cocaine, a second-degree felony.

– Brianna Shauntelle Cossin, 27, of 600 Hill Road, Cutler, for trafficking in prescription pain pills, a fourth-degree felony.

– Leanne Kay Seyfried, 58, of 9255 State Route 337, Chesterhill, for one count of trafficking in cocaine, a third-degree felony.

– Susan Raye Harvey, 43, of 11722 State Route 555, Cutler, for one count of trafficking in cocaine, a fourth-degree felony, and another count of trafficking in cocaine, a fifth-degree felony.

– Tyrone Christopher Holbert, 30, of 7020 Wood Road, Chesterhill, for one count of trafficking in drugs.

– Dani Nicole Kenney, 28, of 5580 Oak Hill Road, Stockport, for one count of trafficking in drugs.

– Ike Ray Tabler, 43, of 1228 McGraw Road, Stewart, for one count of trafficking in heroin, a second-degree felony.

– Christian Edward Sayre, 36, of 1924 State Route 550, Cutler, for one count of trafficking in drugs.

Numerous agencies participated in the investigation which looked into the transportation, possession and distribution of large quantities of cocaine and prescription pills.

Read the full story in Friday’s Parkersburg News and Sentinel.

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