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Mon., 12:36pm: 13 indicted in alleged northeast Ohio heroin ring

January 14, 2013

ASHTABULA -- Authorities have broken up an alleged heroin trafficking ring in the northeast corner of Ohio and say one user died of an overdose....

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Zenieth

Jan-14-13 1:02 PM

The good news ! One down

The bad news ...... replaced by another ten.

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GlendaG

Jan-14-13 1:08 PM

Way to go TAG hope these people get put in jail for a very long time. I just want to thank each and every one of these young men and woman that go out and put their lives in danger to get these drugs off our streets now we need judges that are going to lock these idiots up for a very long time. The drugs are so bad around here and I'm glad to hear that something is being done.

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nmcLone

Jan-14-13 5:06 PM

No attorneys are listed for the defendants in court records....so nobody know who the her o ine dealers ...

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anniemae

Jan-14-13 10:36 PM

Get them off the streets & behind bars. They filter in thru cities without getting noticed. Now that they're caught....do something about it.

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featherstone

Jan-14-13 11:32 PM

U can't use the "H" word on this site, so use addict terminology, smack or just H. There aren't any names I suspect because the accused are Probaly considering cooperating with TAG so larger distributers can be identified. Whatever the case H is a toxic poison that has become to common in all communities, largely because of prescription pain killer abuse, when people become addicted and can't afford or get pills, they resort to H, for same results, but cheaper. Very sad, scarey and real problem.

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ohcwby

Jan-15-13 6:19 AM

I will post their names later today, they will be in the ashtabula star beacon. : )

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Cincin

Jan-15-13 11:28 AM

This article sure slid below the fold quickly. And it sure is missing a lot of details, like who, what, where, when, and how. Hmmm... Why bother printing the story at all if you're not going to print the details?

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ohcwby

Jan-15-13 4:19 PM

****starbeacon**** has all the details

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ohcwby

Jan-15-13 4:20 PM

lets try this again.....w w w . starbeacon . com

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ohcwby

Jan-15-13 4:23 PM

Sorry... ashtabula star beacon . com (no spaces)

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Zenieth

Jan-15-13 6:05 PM

Law enforcement officials conducted raids, beginning around 6 a.m., that resulted in the arrests of 12 of the 13 people indicted, Dettelbach said. Still at large as of Monday afternoon is Jamarce “Jamie” Miller, 36, of Ashtabula, Dettelbach said.

Others named in the indictment include: Rayshawn Reed, 37, Ashtabula; Sherord Miller, 30, Ashtabula; Amanda Loving, 30, Geneva; Isaac Hawkins, 24, address unknown; Louis Snyder, 48, Ashtabula; James Robinson (also known as Marell Holley), 37, Ashtabula; Tricia Lewis, 35, Ashtabula; Joey Schmeisser, 30, address unknown; Kevin Fridrich, 28, Geneva; Reginald Bryant, 39, Euclid; Shaunci Osborne, 20, Ashtabula; and Laketha “Jay” Harris, 35, Ashtabula.

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