Johnson County Sheriff looking for three alleged drug dealers

By: Angela Sparkman Email
By: Angela Sparkman Email

The Johnson County Sheriff says they cannot find three suspected drug dealers to arrest them. Now the sheriff is asking for the public's help.

Timothy Greathouse, Robert Slone, and John Slone were indicted last month as part of a drug round-up.
The three alleged drug dealers top the Johnson County most wanted list at the Sheriff's office.
"We want to get them off the street because we have no idea if they're still selling or what they're up to," said Sheriff Dwayne Price.

Timothy Greathouse, Robert Slone, and John Slone are accused of illegally selling prescription pills.
"We have audio and video proof on them, and we want to prosecute them. My personal opinion is they know we're looking for them and they're just avoiding arrest by hiding," said Price.

The Sheriff says anyone caught hiding the suspects could also be arrested and charged with hindering prosecution.

The sheriff asks anyone who sees the suspects or knows where they are to report it. All tips can remain anonymous.

Anyone with information can call the Johnson County Sheriff's Department at 606-789-3411.

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