14 people in Greene County face indictments for roles in meth conspiracy

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — 14 people in the Ozarks are now facing indictments for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute meth in Greene County.

The 23-count indictment alleges these people planned to distribute 50 grams of meth in the Greene County area between 2016 and 2018.

Some of the people included in the indictment are also facing other charges related to possession of meth and illegal possession of a firearm.

Here are the names of people facing charges

  • Cheyenne W. Conn, 43
  • Johnathon W. Arnold, 48
  • Laurie B. Holmes, 37
  • Jeremy A. Ingram, 40
  • Tresha R. Ahart, 29
  • Megan L. McNary, 25
  • Cassidy R. Clayton, 23
  • Lonnie J. Tinker, 33
  • Larry E. Stapp, 39
  • Shelby R. Maupin, 30
  • Ginger L. Huerta, 39
  • Summerlee M. Barnett, 33
  • Lloyd R. Bradley, 42
  • Chandler B. Roberts, 20

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