8 arrested in trio of Seligman warrants
Meth allegedly found at 2 locations
Three warrants served by the Ozarks Drug Enforcement Team in Seligman Wednesday resulted in eight arrests and meth seized at multiple locations.
According to a release from the Ozarks Drug Enforcement Team and Barry County Sheriff’s Department served the first warrant at 29436 Main St. in Seligman. Donald Pratt was arrested on felony drug charges, Jonathan Robins was arrested on felony drug charges, Scottie Daniels was arrested on felony drug charges and he was also arrested on an active parole violation warrant out of Arkansas and Michael Sharp was arrested on multiple warrants out of Barry County, one being a parole violation. Meth was seized at the home, as well.
Pratt and Robins were charged with delivery of a controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Both are being held in the Barry County jail on $40,000 bonds and have disposition hearings Thursday at 8:30 a.m. in the courtroom of Judge Robert Foulke.
Daniels was charged with delivery of a controlled substance and is being held on a $50,000 bond. He also has a disposition hearing Thursday in Foulke's courtroom.
Sharp was charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. He has an initial appearance slated for Tuesday in Foulke's courtroom.
The second warrant was at 30778 Hwy. 37 in Seligman. Ivan Grant was arrested on firearms and drug charges and Patricia Anderson was arrested on drug charges. Meth was also allegedly seized at this location.
Grant was charged with possession of a controlled substance and unlawful use of a weapon (possessing a weapon and felony substance). He is being held on a $50,000 bond and is set to be arraigned Tuesday. Attorney James Michael Riehn has filed a motion for bond reduction on Grant's behalf.
No charges were filed against Anderson, who was released on March 8 following a 24-hour hold. Barry County Prosecutor Amy Boxx said she has not received any documentation or requests for charges against Anderson.
The last warrant was served at 28290 Hickory St. in Seligman. Tonya Elders was arrested on drug charges and for a felony warrant for drug charges out of Arkansas. Joshua Clinton was arrested for drug charges and had felony warrants out of Newton County and a full extradition warrant for a parole violation out of Arkansas.
Elders and Clinton are both being held in the Barry County jail on the outside agency warrants. Boxx said she has not received any documentation or requests for charges against the two in Barry County.
An ODET representative said investigators are still working on active investigations into Anderson, Elders and Clinton.