Tuesday, May 10, 2011


Arcanum – On May 9th, 2011 at approximately 4:38 PM, the Darke County Drug Task Force, in conjunction with deputies from the Darke County Sheriff’s Office and detectives from the Greenville Police Department conducted a narcotics investigation in the Arcanum area. Earlier in the day the Darke County Drug Task Force received a tip about a narcotics transaction that was to take place in Darke County near the Arcanum Area. The Darke County Drug Task Force monitored the area and observed the previous described suspects as reported and observed the narcotics transaction take place. Members of the Darke County Drug Task Force then attempted to stop one of the suspect vehicles and a short pursuit ensued. When the driver complied by pulling over, one occupant was arrested at the scene without incident; Anthony D. Cammack, a 20 year old black male from of Dayton, OH.

Mr. Cammack was transported to the Darke County Jail where he was booked in on Drug Trafficking charges. As Mr. Cammack was being booked in, $1,200 in cash was found, which had been stuffed down his underwear. It was learned that the amount of money recovered was the amount of money that was transferred between parties when the transaction took place.

Additionally, Mr. Cammack was recently arrested on March 10th, 2011 for his involvement in similar drug trafficking charges as a result of a previous drug investigation which was conducted by the Greenville Police Department. On those charges, Mr. Cammack pled guilty and was found guilty. Mr. Cammack was released on bond awaiting sentencing on those charges, which was schedule to take place on May 31st, 2011 in the Darke County Common Pleas Court.

Mr. Cammack remains incarcerated in the Darke County Jail on Felony Drug Trafficking charges where he awaits his initial appearance in the Darke County Common Pleas Court.

The investigation continues.


  1. GREAT JOB Darke County Drug Task Force!

  2. Keep up the good work Darke County!

  3. The task force has a daunting job, and they do very well. Keep at it!

  4. Thank you for your diligence....keep letting them know this will not happen in Darke county!


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