BEVERLY, Ohio (WTAP) - An investigation by agents of the Ohio Organized Crimes Investigations Commission and the Washington Morgan Noble Major Crimes Task Force resulted in a drug search in Beverly, Ohio.
After executing the search warrant, agents found 34.10 grams of Fentanyl powder, 3.27 grams of heroin, 2.95 grams of methamphetamine and $1,586.
Sandwich bags, digital scales, multiple ledgers of narcotic sales, syringes, spoons with residue and multiple straws were also found at the residence, investigators say.
As a result, agents arrested 57-year-old Kimberly Kay Cook on a felony charge of permitting drug abuse; 52-year-old Douglas Brion Sullivan with possession of methamphetamine; 25-year-old Courtney Anne Sharrock with trafficking Fentanyl; 33-year-old Alice Faye Estep with possession of a controlled substance, heroin and methamphetamine; and 38-year-old Anthony Joseph Curtis with trafficking Fentanyl.
All suspects are in the Washington County Jail without bond pending their initial appearance in Marietta Municipal Court.
The Washington Morgan Noble Major Crimes Task Force is part of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Organized Crime Investigation Commission and is comprised of representatives of Post 84 of the Ohio State Highway Patrol; Washington, Morgan and Noble County Sheriff’s Offices; the Marietta, Belpre and McConnelsville Police Departments; and the Washington, Morgan and Noble County Prosecutor’s Office.