Domestic Disturbance Call Results In Multiple Drug and Firearm Charges
Edmonson Voice Staff Report:
A domestic disturbance call has led to the arrest of three Bee Spring women, who now face multiple drug and firearm charges, according to the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office.
Officials said that on Wednesday, the Sheriff's Office responded to a domestic complaint on Jock Road in Bee Spring. During the investigation, deputies said they found multiple empty bags with marijuana residue, a spoon with burn marks and drug residue, uncapped syringes, multiple firearms, and the drug Tramadol, a controlled substance.
The Sheriff's Office also reported that there were also children involved, a 10-year old who had just been there, and a 9-year old, who was still at the residence.
Tonya Johnson, (43) of Bee Spring, was arrested and charged with Trafficking in Controlled Substance 3rd degree (under 20 dosage units)--drug unspecified-- firearm enhanced, Possession of controlled substance--1st degree--2nd offense--firearm enhanced, Possession of a firearm by convicted felon, Tampering with physical evidence, and Endangering the Welfare of a Minor.
Beth Ann Johnson, (38) also of Bee Spring, was charged with Possession of controlled substance--3rd degree --drug unspecified, Prescription controlled substance not in proper container--1st offense, Endangering the Welfare of a minor, Possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Samantha Johnson, (22) also of Bee Spring, was charged with Possession of marijuana and Possession of drug paraphernalia.
Both Samantha Johnson and Beth Johnson were served arrest warrants for Criminal Mischief 1st degree from an unrelated case. All three were lodged in the Hart County Jail.