And the Cleanup Continues… Two Search Warrants Yield Five Arrests
SPRING HILL – Less than a week ago, Sheriff’s Officials announced the arrest of 13 suspects during the execution of search warrants throughout the county. Vice and Narcotics Detectives vowed that more arrests were imminent and today they kept good on that promise.
According to a Sheriff’s Office report, concerned citizens alerted authorities to drug activity at two homes on Siam Drive.
Today, detectives raided both homes, located at 13230 and 13222 Siam Drive and served drug related warrants on five occupants.
Officials say the arrests were the culminating of a lengthy investigation, where undercover detectives were able to purchase narcotics.
Detectives first made contact with Linda Tandy at 13230 Siam Dr. She was found to be in the company of Nicole Sundermier and Sarah DeRoide. Tandy was immediately placed into custody on two arrest warrants for Sale and Possession of Oxycodone and Dilaudid.
DeRoide, who is currently on probation for Possession of Methamphetamine, was arrested and charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Sundermier was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear on a Violation of a Domestic Violence Injunction.
Pursuant to serving the search warrant, detectives located various pills that were packaged for distribution. Tandy was subsequently charged with four counts of Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance, Possession of a Structure for the Purpose of Trafficking Controlled Substances, and Possession of Paraphernalia.
While one group of investigators handled the Tandy residence, another group made contact with Saul and Gail Kittner of 13222 Siam Dr., who came out to see what the commotion was at their neighbor’s residence. Detectives then informed the couple that they had warrants for their arrest for Sale and Possession of Methadone. A search of their residence revealed more pills. Further charges are pending, regarding the Kittners.
Officials say contact was made with neighbors in the area who expressed their gratitude towards the sheriff’s office. They had concerns about these two residences for quite some time and were happy to see the action that was taken.
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