Published: Friday, February 02, 2018 @ 10:34 PM
By: Breaking News Staff
XENIA — Seven of eight people remain in jail tonight after police scooped them up Thursday afternoon in drug raids at a residence and a motel, Xenia police Capt. Alonzo Wilson said.
The investigation that led to three arrests at the Deerfield Motel, in the 600 block of Little Main Street, and five at a house in the 200 block of California Street resulted from citizen complaints about suspected drug activity at the latter address, Wilson said.
Police, assisted by the Greene County ACE Task Force, recovered cash and methamphetamine, he said.
The people arrested range in age from 18 to 48 and include women as well as men. All of the charges accuse them on multiple felony counts of aggravated drug trafficking and aggravated drug possession in either meth, heroin or both. Seven of the eight are in the Greene County Jail, according to the online roster.
The people taken into custody at the motel, listed in alphabetical order, are:
Deointae Clancy, 18 (2 counts each trafficking and possession). Bond is set at $150,000
David Jennings Jr., 28 (single counts of trafficking and possession). Bond is $150,000
Tracy Kloeffler, 36 (2 counts trafficking, 2 counts possession). Bond is $150,000
The people taken into custody from the California Street address are:
Wesley Haney, 36 (3 counts each trafficking and possession). Bond is set at $400,340
Russell Harshberger, 48 (8 counts in all; One charge involves cocaine possession). Bond is $815,680
Jessi Harris, 23 (single counts trafficking and possession). Bond is $200,170.
Jessica Mossbarger, 25 (she's accused of permitting drug abuse). She is not listed as being in jail
Adam Norris II, 33 (3 counts each trafficking and possession). Bond is $300,255
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