Millington Police target 12 remaining drug suspects - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Millington Police target 12 remaining drug suspects

Millington Police, with the help of the DEA, Memphis Police, and the Shelby and Tipton County Sheriff's Departments, have apprehended 39 of the 51 suspects targeted in Operation Drug Free Millington.

12 suspects are still at large. They all face felony drug charges after a six-month undercover investigation across two Mid-South counties. The Millington Police Department would appreciate the public's help in finding them.

Click on each suspects name to see his picture

Anthony Parks

Bobby Lewis

Cedric Stewart

Desmond Clark

Dewayne Night

Harold Joe Curry, Jr.

Joseph Hall

Marcia Bishop

Quintin Bell

Reginald Anderson

Shun Watson

Travis Macklin

If you have any information on their whereabouts, contact the Millington Police Department at (901) 872-3333 or Millington Crime Stoppers at (901) 872-CASH.

 

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