(UNION TOWNSHIP, OH) -- Officers in Clermont County have arrested 28 people following a massive drug bust.
Authorities in Union Township had been receiving numerous complaints about drug activity in the Piccadilly Square / Southern Trace Apartment complexes over the past several months.
An investigation developed and several undercover agents were able to purchase various drugs, including Oxycontin, crack cocaine, heroin and Vicodin.
The dollar value of the seized drugs is estimated at $13,000.
The Clermont County grand jury indicted 12 individuals on 19 felony charges on Jan. 16. The others were charged prior to Jan. 16.
Deputies remain active in attempting the arrest warrants of those indicted on Jan. 16.
Those indicted on Jan. 16 and their charges:
David Masterson, 62, Cincinnati, aggravated trafficking in drugs 3rd degree, trafficking in drugs 5th degree
Daryl Vest, 63, Bethel, aggravated trafficking in drugs 3rd degree
Robert Tunney, 26, Cincinnati, aggravated trafficking in drugs 4th degree
Lisa McIntosh, 45, Amelia, trafficking in drugs 5th degree
James Daugherty, 44, Amelia, aggravated trafficking in drugs 4th degree, two counts
Sheila Cione, 39, Cincinnati, trafficking in cocaine, trafficking in drugs 4th degree
Joseph Cione, 38, Cincinnati, trafficking in cocaine 4th degree
Jason Widmeyer, 31, Cincinnati, trafficking in drugs 5th degree
Robert C. Day, 20, Cincinnati, possession of cocaine, trafficking in cocaine, tampering with evidence 2nd degree
Margarita Reyes, 23, Cincinnati, possession of cocaine, trafficking in cocaine 5th degree
Corey Coffey, 21, Cincinnati, trafficking in cocaine 4th degree
Eric Brabant, 21, Cincinnati, trafficking in marijuana 4th degree, trafficking in marijuana 5th degree
Those charged in municipal court on Jan. 16:
Ken Byus, Cincinnati, illegal processing of drug documents deception to obtain a dangerous drug 5th degree
Elisha Langdon, Cincinnati, drug possession of crack cocaine
In addition, 12 others have been previously charged in relation to this investigation.
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