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August 9, 2006

Bedford drug raid nets 13 arrests

BEDFORD, Pa. - Thirteen people were arrested and six remain at large as the Bedford County Drug Task Force and Pennsylvania State Police conducted an early morning raid Tuesday throughout the county, according to the Bedford County District Attorney's Office.

Arrest warrants were served on the following:

* Shannon Oldham, 23, charged with four counts of conspiracy to deliver crack cocaine. He is being held in the Bedford County Jail on $75,000 bond.

* Martin Peterson, 36, charged with delivery of crack cocaine. He is being held in the Bedford County Jail on $125,000 bond.

* Frank Pugh, 34, charged with three counts of delivery of crack cocaine. He is being held in the Blair County Jail on $125,000 bond.

* Rebecca McLaughlin, 20, of Juliana Street, Bedford, charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Bond was set at $75,000.

* Amanda Beltz, 23, of Shippy Road, Manns Choice, charged with delivery of heroin with bond set at $100,000.

* Timothy Mort, 43, of Eicher Road, Fishertown, charged with delivery of crack cocaine. Bond was set at $70,000.

* Heidi Hooper Mort, 42, of Eicher Road, Fishertown, charged with delivery of crack cocaine with bond set at $100,000.

* Robert Hulgan, 33, charged with delivery of methamphetamine. He is being held in the Bedford County Jail on 75,000 bond.

* Nathan Umbleby, 23, of Butternut Road, Alum Bank, charged with conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine with bond set at $75,000.

* Charity Spade, 30, of Auction Drive, Bedford, charged with two counts of delivery of crack cocaine with bond set at $75,000.

* John Lewis, 26, of Wayne Boulevard, Alum Bank, charged with delivery of crack cocaine with bond set at $125,000.

* Megan Heming, 19, of Orchard Road, Schellsburg, charged with conspiracy to deliver crack cocaine with bond set at $75,000.

* Chad Patillo, 32, of West Pitt Street, Bedford, charged with delivery of crack cocaine with bond set at $75,000.

The following defendants could not be located and remain at large, however, police expect they will be taken into custody in the near future, the district attorney's office said.

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