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Warrant sweep leads to seven arrests in Pittsburg

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On Friday, December 9, 2016, law enforcement officers from the Pittsburg Police Department’s Patrol Division and Criminal Investigation Division conducted an arrest warrant sweep in Pittsburg, in reference to drug offenses. Outside agencies also assisted with the location of several individuals. The following were arrested and booked into the Crawford County Jail.

John Miller Jr., age 47 of Pittsburg, was taken into custody in reference to a warrant for possession of methamphetamine and possession of misdemeanor drug paraphernalia, with a $3,000.00 bail. He also had a second warrant for possession of methamphetamine and possession of misdemeanor drug paraphernalia, with a $3,000.00 bond.

Victor Simmons, age 45 of Pittsburg, was taken into custody in reference to a warrant for possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, fleeing and eluding a law enforcement officer, and driving while suspended, with a $50,000.00 bail.

Paul James Gronda, age 35 of Pittsburg, was taken into custody in reference to a warrant for possession of methamphetamine and possession of misdemeanor drug paraphernalia, with a $3,000.00 bail.

Maria Leigh Neil Jordan, age 28 of Pittsburg, was taken into custody in reference to a warrant for possession of methamphetamine and is being held on a $3,000.00 bail.

Anthony Leon Swift, age 26 of Pittsburg, was taken into custody in reference to a warrant for possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute within 1000 ft. of any school property, possession of methamphetamine and criminal use of a firearm, with a $25,000.00 bail.

Christina Grassi, age 27 of Pittsburg, was taken into custody in reference to a warrant for distribution or possession with intent to distribute Hydrocodone (2 counts) and is being held on a $15,000.00 bail.

Caleb Neatherlin, age 23 of Pittsburg, was taken into custody in reference to a warrant for probation violation and is being held without bond.

The investigation into these incidents is ongoing at this time. Anyone having information related to these incidents, or other crimes, is urged to contact the Pittsburg Police Department at 620-231-1700, or at our new tip line, 620-231-TIPS (8477). Callers may remain anonymous.

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