Four face meth charges

Four Jackson County residents were arrested in the past week on methamphetamine-related charges.

The most recent arrests occurred over the weekend in Seymour and involve separate investigations.

Andrew Graham, 41, of Brownstown was arrested on six counts of dealing in methamphetamine.

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Keslie J. Cummings, 24, of Seymour was arrested early Sunday on two counts of dealing in meth. She was arrested at a residence on Arvin Avenue.

Last week, two city residents, Johnny R. Graham, 50, and Valerie L. Shelton, 33, were arrested as part of separate investigations, Seymour Detective Brian Moore said.

Moore said Cummings and Shelton are linked to the same drug supplier.

On Friday evening, Andrew Graham was arrested at the home of Johnny Graham, his uncle, in the 800 block of West Laurel Street.

Moore said Johnny Graham has a lengthy criminal history related to drugs. He was one of six Jackson County residents arrested in June 2014 during a drug raid that was part of a federal methamphetamine investigation.

Moore said Johnny Graham posted bond in that case but was rearrested on three counts of dealing in methamphetamine. While posting bond for that particular case Thursday, he was arrested on the new charges related to a separate case, Moore said. Johnny Graham now faces new charges of possession of paraphernalia, maintaining a common nuisance and possession of methamphetamine.

On Wednesday, Shelton was arrested on a charge of possession of paraphernalia and three counts of dealing in methamphetamine related to undercover buys, Moore said. She was arrested at the residence on Arvin Avenue where Cummings was arrested Sunday, he said.

All four were being held without bond Monday at the Jackson County Jail in Brownstown.