Arrests

The Caswell County Sheriff’s Office made four drug-related arrests over the past week, bringing the office’s total to 14 since Oct. 29. 

Caswell deputies arrested 33-year-old Milton resident Shaquane Henry Coza Nov. 17 and charged him with one count of selling/delivering cocaine and one count of possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine. He was placed in the Caswell County Detention Center under a $5,000 secured bond. His first court appearance is scheduled for Nov. 20 at 8:45 a.m. at the Caswell District Court. 

On Nov. 8, Caswell deputies arrested and charged 31-year-old Yanceyville resident Timothy James Pugh with one felonious count of selling/delivering cocaine and one count of possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine. He was placed in the Caswell County Detention Center under a $25,000 secured bond. His first court appearance is scheduled for Nov. 13 in Caswell District Court. 

Forty-three-year-old Yanceyville resident Kenneth Wayne Farrish was arrested and charged with one felonious count of selling/delivering cocaine and one count of possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine Nov. 11. He was placed in the Caswell County Detention Center under a $5,000 unsecured bond. His first court appearance was Nov. 13 in Caswell District Court. 

Lastly, Caswell deputies arrested and charged 62-year-old Yanceyville resident Edward Newman with the commission of the following felonies: two counts of selling/delivering cocaine, two counts of possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine and one count of maintaining a vehicle/dwelling/place for the sale of a controlled substance Nov. 13. He was placed in the Caswell County Detention Center under a $25,000 secured bond. His first court appearance was Nov. 13 in Caswell District Court. 

Over a four-day period starting Oct. 29, Caswell deputies made 10 felonious drug-related arrests. 

Barney Dean Roberts, Robert Mack Jr., Kelsie Danielle Williamson, Shenell Lato Jones, Tamara Latron Evans, Levi Wond Williamson, Thomas Johnson Jr., Mitchell Wade, Justin Evans and Curtis Lamont Poteat were all arrested and charged with the commission of multiple drug-related felonies.

In total, the sheriff’s office collected 45 charges and this week’s arrests netted 12 total charges, bringing the number up to 55 since Oct. 29.