Monday, March 29, 2010

Drug bust on Front Street in Greenville

On March 27, 2010 at approximately 2:20 a.m., the Greenville Police Department, in cooperation with the Darke County SRT and Miami County Sheriffs Office K-9 Unit, executed a search warrant at 1125 Front Street, Greenville, OH. The search warrant stemmed from an ongoing narcotics investigation by the Greenville Police Department against various people.

Detectives, confiscated cash, heroin, crack cocaine, marijuana, prescription pills, and drug paraphernalia during the search warrant,

Arrested during the search were: Isaac B. Beavers (20) of Trotwood, OH; Otis L. Branham (25) of Dayton, OH; Barbara J. Bothast (22) of Union City, IN; and Kimberly A. Tolliver (51) of Greenville, OH. Charges range from distribution of heroin and crack cocaine, possession of heroin and crack cocaine, and tampering with evidence. Other charges are pending.

Citizens with drug information are asked to contact the Greenville Police Department at 937548-1103. Complaints can remain anonymous.

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13 comments:

  1. hey
    good to see taxpayers money do good in darke county and Judge Jonathan P. Hein just sentenced a burglar to 11 years in prison lets put them on the same bus and maybe ppl from out of town will stop coming here to do there crimes

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  2. Good lord, if those mugshots don't convince you to stay away from crack, I don't know what will.

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  3. Good deal! 4 more dirtbags off of Greenville's streets!

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  4. Business owner in GreenvilleMarch 30, 2010 at 8:21 AM

    The drug trade in Greenville is continuing to grow. Dayton has targeted us as a new market to exploit. It is ESSENTIAL that Greenville Police step up efforts to eradicate this problem from our city.

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  5. Way to go Greenville Police… getting 4 more pushers off the streets of Greenville. Hopefully our court system will put them away for a long time. Yeah, they sure are an attractive bunch… you would think it would wake up those thinking about trying drugs.

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  6. Where are the white women at?!

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  7. if you look at these ppls jail history 3 should have been lockup by judge Hein asnd Monnin http://www.darke.miamivalleyjails.org/

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  8. I have been a local store owner in Greenville for several years. I am glad that they caught these 4 drug dealers, but when are we going to take down the rest of them. Example: In my store, I hear deals being made, via cell phones. If I can point out who is doing what in DC then it cant be that hard to find them. I have called in tips, but nothing happens. It took the Miracle clan over a yr to be caught, and I personally saw them doing deals on Chippewa. Also, why is the police not patroling Morrow, Chippewa, Riffle Aves. Big mouths in town, on their cell phones, can tell ya where to patrol. The police, people in the neighborhoods, just need to listen and speek up.
    If we all do not like the Dayton garbage, then we should not let them move in. Listen up land lords, you can see what you are renting to. Do some back ground checks and stop being so cheap.

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  9. What will they really get from this??? Whatever happened to the "meth manufacturin' homemade bomb makin' recreational vehicle stealin fool on Hunter road from a few months ago"?

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  10. march 30th 2010 10:20pm
    "meth manufacturin" is doin his time put away. so apparently hein is doin what he's suppose to be doing putting them away.

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  11. Our local law enforcement are getting the job done. I hate when I hear people talk about how they told the police something and the next day the people they reported are not in jail. I wonder what the people who call this stuff in would do if someone were to call something in on them. I guess when the police kick in your door and throw you in jail before they do a proper investigation you may not be so critical. Oh I guess you didn't think about that did you. I suppose if law enforcement did that on your knowledge of the facts from the phone call you over heard you would not complain when the judge tossed it out of court like a bad penny....would you??? Don't get me wrong I want them all gone also but you have to use common sense.

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  12. Come on, 2 years of complaints. I documented every time I called in to tell them. And just so you know, the one guy was in jail for over 2 months in Mont. Co. No charces from Darke was filed to take him in. He was released and was back on Chippewa selling drugs for another 9 months. Thats to me, sounds terrible and lazy on the attournies who we hire to remove this kind of stuff.

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  13. Please explain to me how the process works then. How does it work? You call in and you establish enough probable cause to kick in the door and arrest these people. I would like to know what you saw that was also documented other than how many times you called the police. Did the police have enough to charge the person that was in jail. It seems like if one of them was in jail for 2 months they probably weren't doing anything wrong. Please explain it to me because I am really interested.

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