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Four county men arrested by Task Force on drug related indictments

SoVaNow.com / October 10, 2013
The Halifax/South Boston Regional Narcotics and Gang Task Force announced yesterday the arrest of four county residents who were under indictment for drug offenses.

On Saturday, Oct. 5 Diondre Ramone Parker of Bold Springs Road, South Boston was arrested in Amelia County. He was currently wanted on six indictments, including five for the distribution of cocaine and one for conspiring to distribute cocaine.

On Tuesday, Oct. 1 Jonathan Kent Guy of L. P. Bailey Highway, Halifax was arrested on one count of distribution of cocaine.

On Sept. 30, Christian Lante McDougald of Bold Springs Road, South Boston was arrested by Halifax County Sheriff’s deputy S. Edmonds. McDougald was indicated on two counts, one of distribution of cocaine and one of conspiring to distribute cocaine.

On Sept. 29, Jimmie Francis Rogers Jr. of Doctor Merritt Road, Nathalie was arrested in Mecklenburg County. He was wanted on four indictments.

, one for distribution of a Schedule II substance, one for conspiring to distribute a Schedule II substance, one for distribution of a Schedule IV substance and one for conspiring to distribute a Schedule IV substance.



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