14 Mesquite Residents Arrested on Drug Distribution Charges

On Thursday, April 16, the Mesquite Police Investigative Services Division (Narcotics Detectives) concluded a lengthy investigation into the sales and trafficking of illegal controlled substances. The comprehensive investigation involved multiple persons trafficking and distributing methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine, marijuana, and prescription medications to persons within the Mesquite area. The investigation has been ongoing for many months. The Mesquite police department has so far arrested fourteen (14) suspects which has resulted in the recovery of illegal drugs, prescription medication, drug paraphernalia, and U.S. Currency. The suspects who have been formally charged at this juncture of the investigation include:

Brandyn BootheBrandyn Boothe , 20, was arrested and charged with: one felony count of sales of a controlled substance and one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act.

 

 

Bobby AbramsBobby J. Abrams, 43, was arrested and charged with:  Two felony counts of sales of a controlled substance, one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act, failure to register as a sex offender, and failure to update address as a sex offender.

 
Jeremy MartinJeremy Martin, 39, was arrested and charged with: one felony count of sales of a controlled substance and one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act.

 

 

Kyle HadlandKyle Hadland, 30, was arrested and charged with: one felony count of sales of a controlled substance, one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act, and felony trafficking of a controlled substance.

 

 

Andrew PerkinsonAndrew Perkinson, 22, was arrested and charged with:  two felony counts of sales of a controlled substance, felony trafficking of a controlled substance, and one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act.

 

 

Maria BryantMaria Bryant, 50, was arrested and charged with:  one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act, and one felony count of unlawful to maintain a place for unlawful sale or use of a controlled substance.
 

 

Roberta BrociusRoberta Brocius, 50, was arrested and charged with:  two felony counts of trafficking a controlled substance, two felony counts of sales of a controlled substance, three felony counts of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act, one felony count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to sale, and four counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.

 

Robert EastleyRobert Eastley, 20, was arrested and charged with:  one felony count of trafficking a controlled substance, one felony count of sales of a controlled substance, two felony counts of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act, one felony count of cultivating, and five counts of possession of drug paraphernalia

 

 

Jodi JonesJodi Jones, 46, was arrested and charged with:  one felony count of sales of a controlled substance and one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act.

 

 

Austin RayAustin Ray, 24, was arrested and charged with:  one felony count of sales of a controlled substance and one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act.

 

 

Joshua JonesJoshua Jones, 32, was arrested and charged with:  two felony counts of trafficking a controlled substance, two felony counts of transporting a controlled substance, and one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act.

 

 

Sandra EudaveSandra Eudave, 53, was arrested and charged with: one felony count of sales of a controlled substance.

 

 

 

Shanna FifeShanna Fife, 39, was arrested and charged with:  one felony count of sales of a controlled substance and one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act.

 

 

Saline FacerSaline Facer, 34, was arrested and charged with:  one felony count of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Mesquite Police Chief Troy Tanner commented on the lengthy investigation; “Most of our community’s property crimes are related to the buying and selling of illegal drugs.  Our Police Department is working hard combating drugs and the ripple effects they can cause.  This investigation is a testament that we have no tolerance for this issue, and our police officers are doing a good job keeping our crime rate low, and our solvability rate one of the highest in Nevada.”

Comments

  1. Ralph Drake says:

    you did a poor job of matching names to faces.

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