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32 arrested, 6 wanted after drug round-up in Martinsville



MARTINSVILLE – On July 22, a Martinsville Grand Jury handed down 114 indictments of 38 individuals related to the distribution of illegal drugs.


As of Friday, 32 of the 38 individuals have been arrested.


The Martinsville Police Department says the names and charges of those remaining will be released once they are no longer sealed by the court.


  • Stacey Cornelius Harris, 45, of Martinsville: two counts of selling cocaine (second offense)

  • Angela Michelle Woods, 48, of Martinsville: two counts of selling hydrocodone and one count of selling hydromorphone

  • Tony Alan Martin, 36, of Martinsville: one count of possession with the intent to distribute marijuana, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of cocaine and possession of a firearm while in possession of a Schedule II drug

  • Antarius Tycedric Tinsley, 23, of Martinsville: selling marijuana and possessing a firearm by a convicted felon

  • Steven Marte Penn, 40, of Martinsville: four counts of selling cocaine

  • Robert Leon Via, 31, of Martinsville: selling hydrocodone

  • Lawrence Lacy Vanable III, 47, of Martinsville: three counts of selling cocaine (second offense)

  • Jasmine Nicole Hairston, 28, of Martinsville: two counts of selling hydrocodone and one count of selling oxycodone

  • Anthony Gerald Hannah, 57, of Martinsville: four counts of selling cocaine (second offense)

  • Terrence Jay Holiday, 27, of Martinsville: three counts of selling cocaine

  • Justin Omar James, 26, of Martinsville: selling cocaine

  • Rodrickus Antonio Jamison, 43, of Martinsville : selling cocaine (second offense)

  • Joey David Johnson, 37, of Martinsville: four counts of selling cocaine

  • Amanda Gail Martin, 43, of Bassett: five counts of selling cocaine and two counts of  conspiracy to sell cocaine

  • Johnnie Randall Newman, 62, of Bassett: two counts of selling cocaine, two counts of conspiracy and a count of selling hydrocodone

  • James Bryant Wheeler, 32, of Martinsville: two counts of selling marijuana (more than half an ounce but less than 5 pounds), two counts of selling cocaine and one count of selling heroin

  • Stafford Darnell Redd, 40, of Martinsville: selling oxycodone and a charge of conspiracy

  • William Antonio Pritchett, 29, of Martinsville: seven counts of selling marijuana 

  • Jaelen William Stephenson, 20, of Martinsville: two counts of selling n-ethylpentylone, a designer drug

  • Stephen Deandre Powell, 25, of Martinsville: selling marijuana

  • Khalil Karim Niblett, 40, of Martinsville: selling hydrocodone (third offense)

  • Demonte Naikem Powell, 22, of Martinsville: three counts of selling more than a half-ounce marijuana, two counts of selling less than a half-ounce of marijuana and one count of conspiracy

  • Duvontae Lamar Keen, 29, of Fieldale: three counts of selling cocaine, one count of possession of a firearm while selling cocaine and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon

  • Joshua Lane Wisener, 21, of Martinsville: selling more than ½ oz. marijuana, conspiracy, possess firearm by a convicted felon

  • Draiquonteous Joshun Finney, 29, Martinsville: selling imitation cocaine

  • Jermaine Dominique Finney, 31, of Martinsville: two counts of selling oxycodone, one count of possession with the intent to distribute oxycodone, one count of possession with the intent to distribute oxymorphine, one count of possession with the intent to distribute alprazolam, one count of possession with the intent to distribute oxycodone with a firearm and one count of possession with the intent to distribute oxymorphine with a firearm

  • Quentin Xavier Grant, 23, of Martinsville: selling cocaine

  • Alisha Nicole Vaughn, 32, of Axton: possession of cocaine

  • Jacob James Davis, 36, of Danville: possession of cocaine by an inmate 

  • Candy Creasy, 29, of Eden, North Carolina: one count of possession of meth and one count of possession of marijuana 

  • Aaron Victoria Griffen-Mendez, 30, of Martinsville: one count of possession of meth, one count of possession of marijuana and one count of possession of buprenorphine

The police department says they were asked to not release one of the names due to the case being adopted by federal agents and a federal indictment for the person was issued.

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