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Additional Drug Arrests Made In Grand Jury Case

Additional Drug Arrests Made In Grand Jury Case

(Gillette, Wyo.) A Grand Jury case in Campbell County, the first one in over 30 years, lead to the arrests and prosecution of 14 people in a meth distribution case in 2015. Twelve of those suspects have already been sentence, but this week, 9 more conspiracy charges and arrests were made by the Wyoming Department of Criminal Investigation. On March 3, 2016, Jeremy Study, 35, was arrested on a warrant for conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine, pursuant to the Campbell County grand jury indictment. Campbell County Deputies located and arrested Study while conducting follow-up on a separate investigation. During the contact, Deputies observed narcotics paraphernalia in plain view inside the residence. The Sheriff's Office was granted a search warrant to search the residence, which is when they found approximately 1 gram of suspected methamphetamine, a small amount of suspected marijuana (less than one gram) and a number of firearms that were seized. On the morning of March 4, 2016, Richard "Bart" Yeardon, 25, was arrested on a warrant for conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine, pursuant to the Campbell County grand jury indictment. Yeardon was contacted and arrested by Gillette Police Department Officers at his residence on Laramie Street. Yeardon and Study have been incarcerated in the Campbell County Detention Center pending further court proceedings. #county17 #news