Deputies still seek 1 in meth roundup that collars 12
The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office released information this past week about a "march on meth" spanning several months that saw 12 jailed on various drug charges. Detectives are still seeking a Mayer man on charges of Dangerous Drugs for Sale.
Yavapai County Sheriff's spokesman Dwight D'Evelyn stated in a news release that detectives from the Special Crimes Section conducted several concurrent investigations into the sales of methamphetamine in the Spring Valley, Mayer and Cordes Lakes areas. He said detectives booked the 12 suspects into the Camp Verde Detention Center, where all, except Jennifer Ocell and Carol McMillan, remain in custody.
Detectives are seeking the whereabouts of Gregory Stuart Brown, 58, who was involved in the sales of meth on two occasions in March of this year, the release stated. Both incidents occurred on Main Street in Mayer. As a result, Brown is wanted for two counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale. He is known to frequent the Mayer area but has not been seen recently. The photo in this article is from 2008 (bottom photo), D'Evelyn said, and Brown's appearance may have changed. Brown is 5' 9" tall, approximately 160 pounds, with blue eyes and brown hair.
If you have information regarding Brown's location, please contact YCSO at 928-771-3260 or Yavapai Silent Witness at 1800-932-3232. Callers to Silent Witness become eligible for a cash reward if Brown is located based on the tip.
According to Sheriff's Office releases, the following people remain in jail:
Charles Roberts, 60 - Late in 2010, detectives confirmed the sales of methamphetamine (meth) by Roberts in the Mayer area. On June 14, detectives arrested Roberts at the Bank of the West in Mayer and booked him on two counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale. Roberts lives in Spring Valley.
Kenneth Wallace, 35 - In January, detectives confirmed Wallace sold meth on two occasions, including one from his home in the 15000 block of Cordes Lakes Drive. On June 1, SCS detectives arrested Wallace at his home and booked him on two counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale. Wallace acknowledged the ongoing sales of meth, the release stated.
Joel Clark, 29 - Early this year, detectives confirmed Clark sold meth on three separate occasions. In January, Clark sold meth from his residence in the 20000 block of Deer Valley Lane, Cordes Lakes. On February 3, he sold meth in the parking lot of the Chevron Station in Cordes Junction. In April, Clark again sold meth from his residence. On May 26, detectives arrested Clark following a traffic stop in Cordes Junction. Clark was driving a medical transportation van. Detectives obtained a search warrant for his home on Deer Valley Lane, where they found marijuana and an associated pipe in proximity to Clark's children, a two year old and two month old under the care of his girlfriend and their mother, 26-year-old Jennifer Ocell.
Detectives booked Clark on three counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale, Possession of Narcotics Drugs (found in his work van), Possession of Marijuana and Child Abuse. They booked Ocell for Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia along with a Child Abuse charge. They also notified Child Protective Services.
Benjamin Jones, 29 - In February and March, detectives confirmed that Jones sold meth on two occasions from his home in the 12000 block of Central Avenue in Mayer. On June 22, detectives arrested Jones at his home and booked him on two counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale. Jones acknowledged selling meth for profit.
David McMillan, 56 - In February, the release stated, McMillan sold a quantity of meth from his residence in the Stagecoach Trailer Park in the 12000 block of Stagecoach Road, Mayer. McMillan sold meth again in March and May from his residence. Detectives arrested McMillan at his home on May 3. During a search, detectives found two grams of meth, pipes, scales and a handgun. They booked McMillan on three counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale and Possession of a Deadly Weapon during Commission of a Felony.
Susan Sullivan, 53 - On two occasions in March and one occasion in May, the release stated, Sullivan sold meth from her home in the 10000 block of 3rd Street in Mayer. On May 24, detectives served a search warrant at her residence. They arrested Sullivan and booked her on three counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale.
Martha Hallaway, 47 - In March and April of this year, Hallaway sold meth from a residence located in the Stagecoach Trailer Park, Mayer, the release stated. Detectives later became aware of a larger meth sale expected by Hallaway in May. On May 11, Hallaway was a passenger in a van stopped by a YCSO K9 officer on I-17. The officer arrested Hallaway for the prior meth sales and an unrelated arrest warrant. K9 deputies also found two ounces of meth in her possession. Deputies booked Hallaway on three counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale and for the other arrest warrant.
Richard Roombos, 50 - On two occasions, one in March and one in April, the release stated, Roombos sold meth in the Mayer area. The sales occurred at a local restaurant and in front of the post office. On June 14, detectives arrested Roombos at his home in the 10000 block of 3rd Street in Mayer and booked him on counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale.
Cholla Webber, 34 - On April 5, the release said, Webber sold a quantity of meth on Main Street in Mayer. The next day, Webber sold meth on a road adjacent to the Stagecoach Trailer Park in Mayer. On May 3, detectives arrested Webber at the residence of David McMillan during a drug sales investigation. Detectives booked Webber on two counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale.
William Jaeger, 43 - On two dates in April of this year, Jaeger sold meth from his residence located in the 9600 block of Sunset Drive, Mayer. The release stated that on one of the dates Jaeger also sold marijuana. In May, detectives arrested Jaeger at his home and booked him on two counts of Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale and Possession of Marijuana for Sale.
Carol McMillan, 50 - A followup YCSO released stated that on May 3, detectives learned Carol's husband, David McMillan, 56, was scheduled to sell a quantity of meth to a buyer in front of the Mayer Library on Wicks Avenue. Detectives had already confirmed several meth sales involving David who resided in the Stagecoach Trailer Park, Mayer. Detectives monitored the library grounds and determined Carol was delivering meth as arranged by David. After recovering the meth from Carol, detectives arrested David at his residence on charges described in the prior press release. Detectives released Carol pending further investigation. They arrested her in June and booked her on one count of Transportation of Dangerous Drugs for Sale related to this incident. She has since been released on bond.