Investigators announced Thursday that they were searching for several people believed to have participated in a drug trafficking operation.
Deputies serving a search warrant of William Stuckey and Rebecca Fargo's South Webster home discovered $100,000 worth of Oxycodone pills, several firearms and cash on March 30.
A further investigation led to the discovery of several others thought to be involved in the trafficking.
On June 5, arrest warrants were issued for Stuckey, 59, and Fargo, 31, Lydia Blanche Yeagle, Rebecca J. Howard, Angel A. Sadler, Brian D. Carter, Shannon E. Deems, Heather J. Smith and Christopher W. Mason
A grand jury voted to indict Stuckey, Fargo, Yeagle, Howard, Sadler, Carter, Deems, Smith, Mason on charges of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, conspiracy to engage in a pattern of corrupt activity and others.
Stuckey was indicted on 40 counts of felony criminal offences, and Fargo was indicted on 30 counts of felony criminal offenses.
Stuckey was ordered held under a $750,000 bond, Fargo and Yeagle on $250,000 bonds, and Smith, Deems, Howard, Mason and Sadler on $100,000 bonds. Carter was released on posting a $100,000 bond.
Investigators were working to identify and locate others believed to be involved in the drug trafficking.
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