The list of defendants still wanted on outstanding drug charge warrants following Tuesday’s two-county roundup dropped by two Wednesday as authorities located Robert William Cooper and Travis James Hignett. The pair were both booked into Carter County Detention Center pending an initial appearance in district court today. Cooper faces a charge of distribution of CDS including possession of CDS with intent to distribute. Hignett is charged with distribution of CDS.
All but two of the defendants arrested as the result of the launch of the roundup early Tuesday made initial court appearances Wednesday.
Those appearing in Carter County District Court included:
• Daniel Wayne Hughes, 40, — appeared on the warrant charging him with distribution of a controlled dangerous substance and a second charge of trafficking methamphetamine which stemmed from a search warrant conducted at his Myrtle Street residence Tuesday morning. Bond is set at $100,000
• Kevontre Jawauna Jones, 24 — appeared for a warrant charging him with distribution of marijuana and distribution of codeine. Bond was set at $3,000
• Melvin Troy Wilkinson, 37 —  a $25,000 bond was set on the warrant charging distribution of CDS
• James Wesley Collins, 54 — bond on the warrant for distribution of meth was set at $2,500
• Ashley Ann Young, 27 — A $2,000 cash only bond was set on distribution of meth warrant
• Carol Leighann Wood, 34 — warrant distribution of CDS including possession of CDS with intent to distribute carries a $25,000 bond
• Cynthia Marie Rodgers, 54 — A $2,000 cash only bond is set on the warrant charging distribution of CDS including possession of CDS with intent to distribute
• Kadie Diane Turner, 26 – bond on the warrant for distribution of CDS including possession of CDS with intent to distribute is set at $25,000
Court records indicated none of the defendants posted immediate bonds.
The defendants charged in Carter County and arrested Tuesday that did not make court appearances Wednesday are:
• Jarrod Lamual Halstied, 25, faces a warrant charging possession of CDS with intent to distribute including possession with intent to distribute, but is currently jailed on separate charges in Love County.  
• Tommy Lee Holland, 43 – charged on a warrant of distribution of CDS including possession of CDS with intent to distribute is expected to make an initial appearance in district court today.
Those who made initial appearances in Love County District Court Wednesday included:
• Casey Don George, 41— arrested on a warrant charging illegal distribution of drugs. Additional charges resulting from a search warrant at his Overbrook residence include possession of CDS, possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, maintaining a dwelling for keeping/selling CDS, unlawful use of security camera. Bond was set at $10,000
• Tieraney Candice Rodriguez, 35 — bond was set at $10,000 on a charge of possession of methamphetamine resulting from the search warrant at George’s residence.
• Dustin Keith Flatt, 35 — bond is set at $400,000 on a warrant charging possession with intent to distribute
Meanwhile these defendants charged as a result on narcotics investigations who remain at large are:
• Edward Thomas Hill, 30 — Carter County warrant of possession of CDS with intent to distribute
• Richard Allen Page, 25— Carter County warrant distribution of methamphetamine
• Kelly Ann Hayes, 29 —  Carter County warrant distribution of methamphetamine
• Desiree Nicole Johnson, 22 — Carter County warrant distribution of CDS
• Michael Adrian Wrenn, 28 — Carter County warrant distribution of CDS
• Shanna Michele McCrary, 28 — Carter County warrant distribution of CDS
• Billy James Stinson, 37 —Carter County warrant distribution of CDS
Anyone with information concerning their whereabouts are urged to contact the Carter County Sheriff’s Department at(580) 223-6014 or Ardmore Police Department at (580) 223-1212.
Agencies participating in Tuesday’s roundup included: Carter County Sheriff’s Office, Ardmore Police Department, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, Love County Sheriff’s Office, Marietta Police Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation.