A Franklin women was sentenced this the week To In regards to 17Â½ years in jail for transaction methamphetamine.
Bethany E. Zellars, 37, was sentenced for transaction methamphetamine, a Level 2 crime. Charges of possession of a narcotic and possession of a syringe were dismissed, through a advocacy agreement deposit in Johnson county Superior To research 2.
Zellars is order To to serve 6 388 days in the Indiana department of Correction, according to To to research documents.
She To summer To the Johnson county jail since the daytime of her Stop and will to receive credit for 168 days, to research documents spectacle.
Zellars is too order To Completed a medication processing program this can to be executed while in jail. Yes she with success complete the program, her phrasing may to be revisited after four years, according to To to research documents.
Zellars and many others were stopped to various medication charges Following a medication raid in early May To Zellars’ residence in the 600 to block of Overstreet Street. Franklin police had has received various complaints of medication activity To the residence, according to To a Franklin Police department report.
While a to look for of the residence, police find various types of medications and pass on a medication OK this was In regards to To to be door outside, according to To the report.
Ammon P. Sturgeon, 38, of Franklin, was too stopped during the raid and accused with possession of methamphetamine. He was sentenced Oct. 14 To a year of probation.
Many others accused after the raid always have case waiting for in Johnson county courts:
Gerry A. Lucas, 35, of Franklin, was accused with possession of paraphernalia, and To since summer accused with various account of transaction methamphetamine in separate incidents.
Levi R. Baber, 24, of Lizton, was accused with transaction a narcotic, a Level 4 crime; possession of methamphetamine, a Level 5 crime; and possession of paraphernalia and a syringe.
Corey F. Barnet, 42, of Franklin, was stopped to a transaction load, corn this was downgraded To possession of methamphetamine, a Level 5 crime; possession of a control substance; and false report.
Bailey Q. Abram, 20, of Monrovia, was accused with possession of a control substance.