Four arrested with meth charges

Staff Writer
Deputies with the Itawamba County Sheriff’s Department recently arrested four suspects in connection with methamphetamine-related crimes.
Barry Smith, 35, of 6210 Dorsey Evergreen Road, Fulton, was arrested on Feb. 26 and charged with the attempt to manufacture crystal methamphetamine, conspiracy to manufacture meth, possession of meth and selling and possession of a firearm.
Also arrested was Casey Gilmore, 27, of 1680 Highway 371 South, Nettleton. Gilmore was charged with the attempt to manufacture crystal methamphetamine and conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine.
Both suspects were issued bonds in the amount of $10,000 by Justice Court Judge Gerald Wallace and are being held in Itawamba County Jail.
According to narcotics officer Jimmy Dale Sartin, both Smith and Gilmore were arrested during the execution of a search warrant on Smith’s home.
Janice Marie Kincade, 32, of 1242 Spencer Road, Fulton, was arrested on March 2 and charged in connection with an attempt to manufacture crystal methamphetamine.
Kincade was arrested when deputies executed a search warrant of her home and allegedly discovered the necessary components for creating crystal methamphetamine.
She appeared before Justice Court Judge Lance Bean and received a bond of $5,000.
She is currently out on bond.
Jeremy Marshall Ellington, 32, of 2349 Persimmon Drive, Rogersville, Ark., was arrested on Feb. 28 and charged with possession of methadone.
During his initial appearance before Judge Wallace, Ellington was issued a bond in the amount of $2,500. He is currently being held in the Itawamba County Jail.
According to Sartin, Ellington was arrested after police, during a routine traffic stop on South Adams Street in Fulton, allegedly discovered the schedule two narcotic in his possession.
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