December 15, 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Stephen A. Rubino, Major
James City County Police
F. Troy Lyons, Captain
York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office
Operation Georgia Peach completed
On Dec. 15, the Tri-Rivers Drug Task Force in conjunction with the York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office and James City County Police Department executed five search warrants regarding the manufacturing and use of methamphetamine. The warrants were executed at three York County residences, two in the 1200 Block of Duncan Dr., the 1200 block of Wilkins Dr. and two James City County residences in the 1100 Block of Penniman Rd. and the 100 Block of Rondane Pl. These search warrants were the culmination of a five-month investigation of manufacturing methamphetamine.
Evidence recovered from the JCC residences included chemicals, over-the-counter medications, and other items consistent with the manufacturing of methamphetamine. An out-of-service ambulance where meth was made inside of was also seized from a traffic stop in the City of Williamsburg.
A total of ten subjects were arrested and charged with multiple felonies from James City County, York County, and Williamsburg. The following James City County residents were charged with the following crimes in JCC, York and Williamsburg:
- David Evan Black, Sr., 55 of Rondane Place - manufacturing Meth, Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Control Act (2 counts)
- Sheri Lynn Black, 55 of Rondane Place - Conspiracy to Manufacture Meth (2 counts)
- Heidi-Beth McMahon, 47 of Rondane Place - Conspiracy to Manufacture Meth (2 counts)
- Mitchell "Mickey" Ray Jacobs, Sr., of Penniman Road - Possession with Intent to Manufacture Meth (2 counts), Conspiracy to Manufacture Meth (3 counts)
- Faith Ann Whitaker, 38 of Penniman Road - Possession with Intent to Manufacture Meth, Conspiracy to Manufacture Meth (2 counts)