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October 4, 2018

Sheriff’s raid of home nets 4 arrests on drug charges

Fauquier sheriff’s deputies Wednesday night arrested (clockwise from top left): Roni N. Reedy, Joseph D. Reedy, Jonathan B. Reedy and Jeremy M. Reedy.
Fauquier sheriff’s deputies charged four local residents with possession of methamphetamine or heroin after the raid of a New Baltimore area home Wednesday night.

The raid and arrests resulted from an “investigation into the distribution of methamphetamine,” Sgt. James Hartman said.

The deputies executed a search warrant at 6437 Culver Drive around 6 p.m. Oct. 3 and arrested:

• Roni Nichole Reedy, 28, of Warrenton, charged with possession of methamphetamine.
 
• Joseph Daniel Reedy, 33, of Warrenton, charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of a firearm while in possession of Schedule II narcotic.
 
• Jonathan Brian Reedy, 34, of Warrenton, charged with possession of methamphetamine.
 
• Jeremy Michael Reedy, 31, of Warrenton, charged with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia. 
 
“All four suspects were taken before a magistrate and released on their personal recognizance,” Sgt. Hartman said.
 
The sergeant asked that anyone with information about the investigation call the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office at 540-347-3300 or Fauquier County Crime Solvers at 540-349-1000.  A caller’s identity can remain anonymous. 

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MeNotYou · October 10, 2018 at 10:52 am
Lightgreencoast - one of the many differences between the offer of medical help to diabetics, cancer, or other diseases is those individuals 1. do what they need to improve their health; 2. didn't decide to do something to get their disease; and 3. are usually upstanding citizens. The four arrested were distributing meth and in essence murdering others who made the choice to start drugs. Taking drugs is a choice not a disease at the onset. All addicts arrested should be in a one year minimum treatment center at their cost or most likely at the cost of us taxpayers. Addicts choose the easy way out and keep using, therefore, costing taxpayers money in court costs, jail time, short treatment, etc. The judges are too soft; the four should still be in jail! The country has been going downhill for a long time with junkies. Makes me sick.
Lightgreencoast · October 8, 2018 at 9:13 pm
Seriously the death penalty for drug distribution? That kind of thinking is what's wrong with our judicial system. Judges are handing out more time for drug possession and distribution than they are for MURDER and pedophilia and rape. Low level drug dealers like these people are selling to support their personal addictions, and addiction is a disease. They don't need to be put in jail, they need to be offered the necessary resources to get treatment for their disease the same as a diabetic needs access to insulin or an individual that has gotten a cancer diagnosis or is HIV positive needs access to the appropriate medical care to treat those diseases. And the government needs to start directing more resources toward education programs to prevent the creation of new addicts, reducing the stigma that surrounds the disease of addiction, and breaking the hereditary cycle of addiction, in addition to research to pinpoint the causes of addiction and develop more efficient ways to treat the addicts which will keep them in recovery for the long-term, because right now most treatment programs only act as bandaids for a wound that is too deep to close without serious medical intervention. Perhaps the magistrate these individuals went before isn't as ignorant as much of the rest of this country and understands this.
Rover 530 · October 5, 2018 at 5:31 pm
Yeah, Culver Drive is physically in the New Baltimore area. Of course they don't live in or near Warrenton.
BikerFriendlyGal · October 5, 2018 at 10:22 am
Yikes....EVERYONE lives in "Warrenton" even when they don't.
Rover 530 · October 5, 2018 at 10:07 am
Breaking up the family business. Who was the magistrate that let these dangerous drug dealers back out on the street? The Supreme Court of Virginia and the local Circuit Court need to look into the judgement of magistrates who let these lowlifes back among the population instead of protecting us.
Lourdes · October 4, 2018 at 3:41 pm
Are they brothers and sister? What a sad situation for their parents
BJ · October 4, 2018 at 1:27 pm
Send them off on a LONG vacation to Federal prison or the death penalty! I have NO empathy for drug dealers!
AngryBob · October 4, 2018 at 12:44 pm
She's 28?! She looks 50. Wowzers. Meth is a hell of a drug.
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