Suspects arrested in Operation Infinity

These are nine of the suspects rounded up by Oconee Co. deputies in Operation Infinity. These people are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

OCONEE COUNTY, SC (FOX Carolina) - Oconee County deputies say 10 suspected drug dealers are behind bars as part of the continuing "Operation Infinity" warrant round-up.

The operation was executed on June 26, leading to the arrest of the suspects with warrants pertaining to narcotics.

In a statement, Sheriff Mik Crenshaw indicated the search is not over, saying “We will continue arresting those that choose to sell illegal drugs in our communities. We also are promoting drug prevention to our youth as well as encouraging those with an addiction to seek free help that is available. We are looking for an additional 14 suspects that will be arrested for the sale of illegal drugs.”

Here's the list of suspects arrested:

  • Terry Lee Blackwell - 2 counts of distribution of meth, 2nd offense
  • Rachel Huntsinger Sanger - 2 counts of distribution of meth
  • Fred Brandon Couch - 2 counts of distribution of meth (currently held in Stephens County, GA)
  • David Joseph Vajdic - Possession of scheduled substance
  • Jerry Louis Davis - distribution of meth
  • Derril Keith Parker - distribution of meth
  • Adoplh Raf Tanksley - distribution of prescription drugs
  • Kevin Wayne Maler - distribution of meth
  • Jeremy Fulton Alexander - trafficking meth, possession with intent to distribute meth
  • Alexandria Mercedes Burdette - trafficking meth
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