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4 plead in ‘Spring Cleaning’ drug charges

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By Beth Braden

Four people arrested during the Campbell County Sheriff’s Department Operation Spring Cleaning in March pleaded  in court on Monday to their charges.
Melvin Eugene Lee Jr., also known as Screw, was originally charged with six counts of sale or delivery of a schedule VI controlled substance. He pleaded guilty to sale of a schedule VI drug and casual/exchange of marijuana. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail with credit from time served since March 25, four years supervised probation, court costs, restitution and $7,000 in fines.
Terry Lynn Powell, also known as Hump, was originally charged with sale of a schedule II controlled substance. He pleaded guilty to the same charge and was sentenced to time served since March 25 and four years of supervised probation. He will also pay court costs, restitution and a $2,500 fine.
Angela Larrainne Truitt was charged with two counts of the sale of a schedule VI controlled substance and two counts of delivery of a schedule VI controlled substance. She pleaded guilty to one count of sale of a schedule VI controlled substance and one count of possession of a schedule VI controlled substance. She was sentenced to time serviced; four years supervised probation and must pay court costs, restitution and a $2,250 fine.
Charlana Nicole Harmon, also known as Charlana Woolley, was charged with sale of a schedule II controlled substance  and possession of a schedule II controlled substance with intent to deliver. She was sentenced to time served, five years supervised probation, court costs, restitution and a $4,000 fine.
The four who pleaded on Monday were part of a 40-person group arrested on drug charges.
Operation Spring Cleaning was the result of a year’s investigation. It culminated with the arrest of these four, plus dozens more — including one man who allegedly buried more than $30,000 in coffee cans and hid marijuana in various pickle and Mason jars.