BENNINGTON -- A year after the state's largest drug sweep resulted in the arrest of 48 people in a single day, most of those cases have since been resolved. On Jan. 18, 2013, the Banner printed a list of people who had been arraigned the day before and included their official charges, bail, and release conditions.

The following list shows where those cases stand now. Like before, the information was collected from the public computer terminal at the Bennington County State Office Complex. Some on the old list did not appear in the terminal Thursday for unknown reasons. This list does not include information on whether or not a person who received a jail sentence was recommended for furlough or work camp, and it does not contain information on whether or not a person was set up with a drug treatment program. The entries on this list, unless otherwise stated, only apply to charges stemming from the January sweep. * Patrick J. Adams, 27, pleaded guilty on March 15 to felony depressant/stimulant/narcotic sale. He was sentenced to serve 18 months consecutive to another sentence he received on another matter.

* Antonio Anderson, 37, had a warrant issued for his arrest on Jan. 15, 2013, in connection with drug charges. A note in the docket, dated Sept. 30 indicates he called the court that day to ask if there was a warrant out for his arrest. He was told there was and to turn himself in at the Bennington Police Department. He is originally from New York City.

* Michael Andrews, 29, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on June 4 to two felony counts of marijuana sale, and one count of misdemeanor marijuana sale. The state dismissed to counts of marijuana possession, and one count of marijuana sale. He received a one to two-year suspended sentence.

* MaryBeth Barrett, 22, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on July 9 to felony cocaine sale. The state dismissed a charge of conspiracy to sell drugs, and misdemeanor cocaine possession. She received a one to two-year suspended sentence.

* Amber Blake, 30, of Manchester, pleaded guilty on Oct. 2 to felony cocaine sale, heroin sale, and a misdemeanor charge of heroin sale. The state dismissed a misdemeanor cocaine possession charge, and two heroin possession charges. She received a 36 month sentence.

* Andrew Brainerd, 26, of Arlington, pleaded guilty on May 13 to felony heroin sale. The state dismissed a heroin possession charge. He was given a two -year deferred sentence.

* Jasmine Brock, 23, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on April 3 to two felony counts of depressant/stimulant/narcotic sale, and a misdemeanor depressant/stimulant/narcotic possession charge. The state dismissed a conspiracy to sell drugs charge, a felony count of depressant/stimulant/narcotic sale, and a misdemeanor possession of a depressant/stimulant/narcotic charge. She was given a 16- month to three-year sentence.

* Matthew Budro, 20, pleaded guilty on March 28 to conspiracy to sell drugs, and misdemeanor cocaine possession. The state dismissed two charges of conspiracy to sell drugs, one count of heroin possession, and one count of felony cocaine sale. He received a 24-month to 60-month suspended sentence.

* Richard Bynum, 45, of Bennington, on May 20 had charges of cocaine sale, cocaine possession, prohibited acts -- soliciting, against him dropped by the state.

* Daris Carter, 33, of North Bennington, pleaded guilty on May 30 to two counts of felony cocaine sale, and one count of misdemeanor cocaine possession. The state dismissed a charge of conspiracy to sell drugs, two misdemeanor counts of cocaine possession, and felony cocaine sale. He received a one-to five-year suspended sentence.

* Danielle Cattell, 23, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on Oct. 1 to conspiracy to sell drugs. The state dismissed three charges of misdemeanor cocaine possession, two counts of misdemeanor heroin possession, one count of felony heroin sale, and felony cocaine sale. Cattell received a one-year deferred sentence.

* Lauren Cave, 30, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on July 22 to two counts of felony cocaine sale, and one count of conspiracy to sell drugs. The state dismissed three felony counts of cocaine sale, two counts of cocaine possession, and two counts of conspiracy to sell drugs. She was given a 30-month to five year suspended sentence for the first cocaine sale conviction, and a five-year deferred sentence on the conspiracy charge.

* Hailey B. Clark, 20, of North Bennington, pleaded guilty on July 9 to felony cocaine sale. The state dismissed two counts of cocaine possession, conspiracy to sell drugs, and one count of possessing a weapon in the commission of a felony. She was sentenced to between two and four years in jail, all suspended.

* Cruise Downer, 21, had a warrant issued for his arrest after he failed to appear for a court hearing on July 2. He pleaded not guilty Jan. 16, 2013 to felony cocaine sale, and misdemeanor cocaine possession.

* Jeremy Fantauzzi, 27, has pleaded guilty to conspiracy, two counts of heroin sale, misdemeanor cocaine possession, three counts of cocaine sale, and heroin possession. The state dropped three counts of cocaine sale, four counts of cocaine possession, three counts of conspiracy to sell drugs, two counts of heroin possession, and one count of heroin sale. He received a three-year jail sentence.

* Joshua Finefrock, 27, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on Sept. 13 to conspiracy to sell drugs. The state dismissed a felony cocaine sale charge. He was sentenced to serve two years in jail.

* Preston Foster, 51, of Bennington, on Aug. 13 had charges of cocaine sale, cocaine possession, prohibited acts -- soliciting, against him be dismissed by the state.

* Vanessa Garcia, 23, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on June 19 to felony depressant/stimulant/narcotic sale, while a misdemeanor version of the charge was dropped. She was given a two-year deferred sentence.

* Michael Gates, 53, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on July 2 to five counts of felony cocaine sale. The state dismissed a misdemeanor count of prohibited acts -- soliciting, three misdemeanor counts of cocaine possession, three felony counts of cocaine possession, conspiracy, and selling drugs from a dwelling. He was given a three-to 12-year sentence.

* Julia Gossoo, 49, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on May 10 to conspiracy to sell drugs. The state dismissed a felony charge of sale of depressant/stimulant/narcotic. She received a one-to three-year sentence.

* Casey A. Gras, 26, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on Aug. 13 to a felony count of selling a depressant/stimulant/narcotic, while the state dismissed two other counts of the same, and a charge of selling drugs from a dwelling. He was given a three-year maximum sentence.

* Dylan M. Graskey, 26, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on May 10 to two counts of felony cocaine sale, and three counts of misdemeanor cocaine possession. The state dismissed three misdemeanor counts of cocaine possession, and three counts of felony cocaine sale. He received a four-to five-year suspended sentence.

* Julia Humphreys, 34, of Bennington, had two charges of marijuana sale against her dropped.

* Daniel Hutchins, 21, whose address was listed as the Caledonia Community Work Camp in St. Johnsbury, pleaded guilty on May 17 to two counts of felony cocaine sale, and felony cocaine possession. The state dismissed three counts of conspiracy to sell drugs, two counts of felony cocaine possession, and possessing a weapon in the commission of a felony. He received a sentence of between two and seven years in jail.

* Justin Jones, 25, pleaded guilty Jan. 10, 2014, to felony cocaine sale. The state dismissed two counts of conspiracy to sell drugs, and one misdemeanor count of cocaine possession. He was given a two to five-year suspended sentence.

* Ryan P. McDermott, 28, of South Londonderry, pleaded guilty on June 27 to sale of a narcotic. The state dismissed a charge of sale of a narcotic, and he received a one-to two-year suspended sentence.

* William D. McLaughlin, 35, of Troy, N.Y., pleaded guilty on Aug. 1 to three felony counts of cocaine sale, sale of cocaine near a school, two counts of conspiracy to sell drugs, and three misdemeanor charges of cocaine possession. The state dismissed three counts of cocaine possession, three counts of cocaine sale, prohibited acts, and three counts of conspiracy to sell drugs.

* Sarah Miller, 44, pleaded guilty on May 9 felony sale of a depressant/stimulant/narcotic. The state dismissed three possession of a depressant/stimulant/narcotic charges, and another charge of selling a depressant/stimulant/narcotic. Miller received a one to two-year suspended sentence.

* Joel A. Millington, 35, Bennington, pleaded guilty on Aug. 6 three misdemeanor counts of marijuana sale. The state dismissed three misdemeanor marijuana possession charges. He received a six to 12-month suspended sentence.

* Melanie Muniz, 34, of Bennington, pleaded guilty to three counts of heroin possession, misdemeanor cocaine possession, and conspiracy to sell drugs. The state dismissed seven charges of heroin sale, four counts of conspiracy to sell drugs, three counts of heroin possession, and cocaine sale. She received a five-year deferred sentence.

* Heather Osgood, 21, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on July 12 to felony cocaine sale, cocaine possession, misdemeanor heroin sale, felony heroin sale, and felony heroin possession. The state dismissed five charges of conspiracy to sell drugs, misdemeanor cocaine possession, two counts of felony heroin possession, a misdemeanor charge of heroin possession, and misdemeanor charge of heroin sale. She received a three- to four-year suspended sentence.

* Gabriel Otto, 40, of Manchester, pleaded guilty on July 18 to two counts of felony heroin sale, and one count of heroin possession. The state dismissed two heroin possession charges, and a heroin sale charge. He received a 30-month sentence to served alongside a sentence he was given for convictions out of Windham County.

* Megan Oxendine, 24, pleaded guilty to a felony count of depressant/stimulant/narcotic sale, as well as a misdemeanor version of the same charge. The state also dropped another set of matching charges. She received a two-year deferred sentence.

* Bryan Peltier, 38, was arraigned on drug charges in January. Court records show he changes some of his pleas to guilty on Dec. 2 and is scheduled for a sentencing hearing on Feb. 7. It is not clear which charges he intends to change his plea on.

* Shaun Prouty, 35, of Bennington, pleaded guilty to felony depressant/stimulant/narcotic sale on Oct. 1. A misdemeanor version of the same charge was dropped as was a conspiracy to sell drugs charge. He received a three-to five -year suspended sentence.

* Harley D. Reynolds, 18, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on Aug. 23 to conspiracy to sell drugs. Her others charges were labeled "sealed" and dismissed. She received a two-to four-year suspended sentence.

* Rahsaan Rivers, 39, of Bennington, is wanted for multiple drug charges. An arrest warrant was issued Jan. 17, 2013.

* Cheryl A. Sawyer, of Bennington, 44, pleaded guilty on May 8 to conspiracy to sell drugs. The state dismissed a felony cocaine sale charge, and misdemeanor charge of cocaine possession. She received a 30-month to four-year suspended sentence.

* Ranee Shakir, also known as Ranee Grover, 43, remains wanted on drug charges.

* Lucretia Smith, 33, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on Aug. 13 to two felony counts of depressant/stimulant/narcotic sale, and a misdemeanor depressant/stimulant/narcotic possession charge. The state dismissed two misdemeanor counts of depressant/stimulant/narcotic possession, and felony depressant/stimulant/narcotic sale charge. She received a three-to four-year suspended sentence.

* Mary Smith, 27, of Bennington, pleaded guilty on Dec. 16 to a felony count of depressant/stimulant/narcotic, conspiracy to sell drugs, and selling drugs near a school. The state dismissed three misdemeanor counts of depressant/stimulant/narcotic possession, two felony counts of depressant/stimulant/narcotic sale, felony heroin sale, heroin possession, and selling drugs near a school. She received a two-to four-year suspended sentence.

* Domenic M. Thane, 22, of Pownal, had a felony charge of heroin sale, and heroin possession, dismissed on Feb. 25.

* Brittany Thomas, of Rutland, 27, pleaded guilty to heroin sale on Oct. 2. The state dismissed a charge of heroin possession. She received a two year deferred sentence.

* Jafari Tyrell, 23, of Henrico, Va., pleaded not guilty on Oct. 30 to felony heroin sale, three counts of conspiracy to sell drugs, felony cocaine sale, and two counts of misdemeanor cocaine possession. He was placed under $100,000 bail. His case is still pending.

* Raymond Williams, 24, of Hoosick Falls, N.Y., remains wanted on numerous drug charges. A warrant for his arrest was issued on Jan. 15, 2013. He is originally from Brooklyn, N.Y.

* Megan Vanderwerken, 26, of Bennington, had a charges of conspiracy to sell drugs, and felony depressant/stimulant/narcotic sale against her dropped on Nov. 19.

* Zachary Vosburgh, 26, of North Bennington, pleaded guilty on Aug. 6 to felony sale of depressant/stimulant/narcotic, and dismissed a misdemeanor version of the same charge. He received a one-to two-year deferred sentence.

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