On May 31st the DeKalb County Drug and Major Crimes Unit, DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office, Crossville Police Department, Rainsville Police Department, Fort Payne Police Department, Geraldine Police Department, and Collinsville Police Department came together around 8:00pm to serve various warrants on individuals throughout the County. It was a concerted effort between all of these agencies. They were divided into three different teams, North DeKalb, South DeKalb and Lookout Mountain/Fort Payne.

All of these agencies worked throughout the night till about 4:00am this morning arresting individuals on these various warrants ranging from misdemeanor to felony Distribution of Controlled Substance, with some of these individuals being arrested on new charges. Among all these warrants one stolen vehicle that was reported stolen was recovered.

The individuals arrested are as follows:

Robert Dale Bellew, 43 of Moody

Tristan Kendall Blake, 19 of Rainsville

William Floyd Burt II, 35 of Fort Payne

Anthony Nathaniel Buse, 70 of Fyffe

Billy Wayne Carter, 61 of Fort Payne

Jerid Wade Carter, 26 of Rainsville

Brandi Diane Farmer, 37 of Fyffe

Derick Nash Farmer, 20 Fyffe

Kevin Lee Farmer, 44 of Fyffe

Robert Joseph Hairell, 19 of Rainsville

Cynthia Kitchens, 51 of Mentone

Emily Edwards Love, 39 of Rainsville

Francisco Jaspar Mateo, 27 of Crossville

Jason Wayne Mayes, 37 of Asbury

William James McElrath, 41 of Fort Payne

Jason Cary Morris, 40 of Fyffe

Joe Michael Morris, 33 of Boaz

Dennis Murphy, 53 of Fort Payne

Crystal Brooke Peek, 37 of Fort Payne

Lewis Franklin Ramsey, 40 of Mentone

Kortez Denzel Sanford, 21 of Hollywood

Lisa Faye Stout, 53 of Rising Fawn

Joe Patrick Veal, 42 of Rainsville

Stanley Wooten, 52 of Fort Payne





Chief Deputy Michael Edmondson says “this just goes show when all of the different agencies come together what good can be done in the County. I would like to thank all of these agencies for all of the hard work and for their support that they give us. Not only did we have the support of the agencies but we also had the help and support of the Chief of Geraldine Police Department Sedmon Allen and the Chief of Rainsville Police Department Kevin Smith.”