Sevier County Sheriff: 38 Arrested after Undercover Drug Operation 'just Say No-vember'

An undercover operation called "Just Say No-vember" led to 58 people being indicted on drug-related charges last week, Sevier County Sheriff Ron Seals announced Tuesday.

Thirty-eight of those people were taken into custody Tuesday after a slew of agencies — including the sheriff's office, the Sevierville Police Department and the Gatlinburg Police Department — began making arrests at 5 a.m.

The 8-month operation aimed to crack down on heroin, opioids, methamphetamine and other illegal drugs, the sheriff said in a news release.

Undercover officers purchased several weapons during the sting, and they seized six vehicles and $4,740 in cash, the release states.

According to the sheriff's office, the following people have been arrested:

  • Joshua Allen Whaley

  • Gary Lee Ogle

  • Misty Urman

  • Michael Anthony Jones

  • Joshua William Oakley

  • Leslie Whitted-Hurst

  • Kenneth Michael Wells

  • William Robert Baillargeon

  • Amanda Arleine Presley

  • Isaiah Ray Kemp

  • Roger Eric Webb

  • Kyle A. Brazell

  • Brandy Roxanne Hickman

  • Robert Wayne Acor

  • Johnny Ray King

  • Michael Brian Spurling

  • Joseph Ray Myers

  • Stephanie Spicer

  • Joseph Michael Stewart

  • Brandy Lynn Stewart

  • Michael Dante West

  • Nancy Michele Hunt Williamson

  • Tabitha Jo West (Loveday)

  • Judy Amanda Queen

  • Charles LeeRoy Fletcher

  • Patricia Henderson Fletcher

  • Virginia Ruth Troutt

  • Edgar Luther Troutt

  • Cody Spencer Allen

  • Jamie Lynn Allen

  • David H. Cummimgs

  • Melody Michelle Gotham

  • Timothy Matthew Hammond

  • Kimberly Michelle Wallin

  • Katrina Ann Wrinkle

  • Misty Weaver

  • William Thomas Troutt

  • Cory Allen White

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