Arrests made in Chanute meth operation

June 07, 2019 - 5:17 am
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The Kansas Bureau of Investigation, the Chanute Police Department, and the Allen County Sheriff’s Office made several arrests following a two-month long joint investigation into methamphetamine distribution. With the assistance of the Neosho County Attorney’s Office, arrest warrants were issued for 16 individuals on a number of drug charges. 

Then Thursday in Chanute and in the surrounding Neosho County area, the arrest warrants were executed as a part of “Operation Street Sweeper.” The subjects were later booked into the Neosho County and Allen County Jails. The suspects were identified as:

44-year-old Aubrey M. McKinney of Humboldt, distribution of methamphetamine

37-year-old Foster A. Curls of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

48-year-old Wade W. Wilson of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

39-year-old Jeremy M. Wilmot of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

27-year-old Shelby T. Young of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

32-year-old Jeffery R. Sinclair of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

38-year-old Heather R. Treiber of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

40-year-old Patrick J. Blanchard of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

45-year-old Brion L. Dinkel of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

29-year-old Rickie A. Blanchard of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

36-year-old Donna R. Brewer of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

29-year-old Tim L. Ingles of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

43-year-old Heather A. Cox of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine

50-year-old James A. Briggs of Chanute, distribution of methamphetamine  

40-year-old Jessica M. Coyer of Chanute, possession of a controlled substance

22-year-old Ashten N. Wilson of Chanute, possession of a controlled substance

Criminal complaints have been filed against the suspects in Neosho County District Court, and will be prosecuted by the Neosho County Attorney.  The KBI says this investigation is ongoing and additional arrests are expected.

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