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Search warrant leads to drug arrests

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Sheriff Kenny Lemons and Chief Deputy Mark Elgin question Krisha Wolf (hidden behind a lattice) and another woman as Wolf's residence in Henrietta is searched by deputies.

Sheriff Kenny Lemons and Chief Deputy Mark Elgin question Krisha Wolf (hidden behind a lattice) and another woman as Wolf’s residence in Henrietta is searched by deputies.

The execution of a search warrant at an Henrietta residence early Thursday resulted in the arrest of two people on drug charges.

Wolf

Wolf

Krisha Wolf, 34, and Joshua Shane Thames, 32, face state-jail felony charges of possession of a controlled substance. Bond has been set at $15,000 each. Both remained in custody on Friday afternoon.

The Clay County Sheriff’s Office arrived at Wolf’s home in the 100 block of South Angelina Street at about 7:30 a.m. to find substances that tested positive for methamphetamine.

Sheriff Kenny Lemons said his department received a tip and conducted surveillance, which led to the search warrant. Lemons said Child Protective Services was also called in due to the ages of children living in the home.

“It doesn’t look like they were dealing, but they were certainly using a lot of it,” said Lemons.

Thames

Thames

According to arrest warrant affidavits for Wolf and Thames, deputies found a small silver box containing syringes and a crystal substance that tested positive for methamphetamine inside a small plastic bag inside while searching a bedroom in the residence. Wolf said she and Thames, her boyfriend, stayed in the room.

Deputies also found a small blue plastic bag in the bathroom of the home that contained a crystalized substance, and a loaded syringe hidden between the bathtub and the framing of the house. Both tested positive for meth.

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  1. All Seattle Law Enforcement are in my thoughts and prayers as well as the good law abiding people of Seattle. You have no clue the danger and stress heaped upon Law Enforcement Officers unless you’ve walked in those shoes! I did for 34 years. Ladies and Gentleman you’ve served your communities well under extraordinary circumstances, but it’s time to think of your families, your wives and children and yourselves! It’s time to leave Seattle, fund a job elsewhere where you will be appreciated! You have my utmost respect! Let the City Counsel and Mayor have the chaos they desire but not at your personal safety and lives! God Bless You All my Brothers!

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