Friday, August 2, 2013

The Regional Crime File: Pair arrested on multiple drug charges

From the Athens County Sheriff's Office

Ian Stevers
Rachel Gambill
On Wednesday, Deputy Matt May, assisted by Deputy Alan Sullivan and Deputy Joel Kelly, stopped a vehicle driven by Ian Stevers, 28, of Pomeroy, for a traffic violation. Stevers was found to have an open warrant and was taken into custody.

Deputies allegedly found a one unit dose of heroin in Stevers possession. A passenger in Stevers’ vehicle, Rachel Gambill, 30, of Athens was also arrested after Deputy May allegedly found 6 grams of heroin in Gambill’s possession.

Stevers and Gambill were transported to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail (SEORJ) in Nelsonville.

Stevers was charged possession of drugs and failure to appear. He appeared in Athens Municipal Court Friday and was ordered held on a $25,000 cash or surety bond on the drug charge and a $6,000 cash or surety bond on the failure to appear charge.

Gambill faces charges of aggravated drug trafficking, aggravated drug possession and tampering with evidence. Appearing Friday in Athens Municipal Court, Gambill was ordered held on $10,000 cash or surety bonds on each charge.

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