A dozen suspects still at-large in Operation Stateline Sweep - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports

A dozen suspects still at-large in Operation Stateline Sweep

(Source: FBI Little Rock) (Source: FBI Little Rock)
TEXARKANA, AR (KSLA) -

Texarkana, AR Police and the FBI are still looking for just over a dozen suspects in their Operation Stateline Sweep warrant round up.

The suspects (seen in the picture on the right) are: Jamarcus Brown, Morgan Dansby, Johnny Johnson, Anthony Johnson, Terry Martin, Ulyesses McClinton, Gary McNeal, Terron Pearse, Antonio Timmons and Michael Walker. Also wanted but not pictured are: Willie Gilliam, Taveas Green and Marcus Sims.

Monday's drug trafficking round up netted more than 40 suspects across the Texarkana Area.
The FBI reports that as of Wednesday morning, 42 individuals are in federal custody and three are in state custody as a result of Operation Stateline Sweep

Only KSLA News 12 was there as the raids were conducted early Tuesday morning on several residences on both sides of the state line.  [View the video here]

Still more are wanted on federal and state charges related to the alleged sale of crack cocaine and methamphetamines near playgrounds, schools and public housing in Texarkana. 

The FBI has posted photographs of those they are still looking for here on their website.   

[VIEW: Wanted by the FBI] 


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