The Forsyth County Grand Jury indicted 37 cases recently, including several involving drug charges.
Kerri Gray, 30, faces possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of drug-related objects in connection with a case alleging a Forsyth County resident was receiving deliveries of the drug to his Pilgrim Mill Circle home.
According to the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, investigators determined that about 10 pounds or more of marijuana were being shipped weekly to Brandon Dupont’s home from California and Colorado.
Dupont, 24, was arrested Nov. 14, and evidence seized at the home led investigators to arrest Gray on Nov. 15.
According to the indictment, Gray possessed “scales, baggies and a cellphone with the intent to use said objects for the preparing, packing and distribution of marijuana.”
The investigation began after an anonymous tip and involved several hours of surveillance.
The grand jury indicted Dupont in December for trafficking marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of drug-related objects.
Chelsey Berryhill, 22, who was in the home at the time of Dupont’s arrest, was also indicted on the same charges last month.
This month, the grand jury also indicted three cases that involve trafficking methamphetamine charges:
* David Henry, 45, Michael Standridge, 33, and Heather Summerour, 22, face one count each of trafficking methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine stemming from a Sept. 10 incident.
* Sheri Hubbard, 43, of Cumming, was indicted on charges of trafficking methamphetamine and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute as a result of an Oct. 16 search of her home by authorities.
* Roger Brumbelow, 26, and Britney Chavez, 25, both of Gainesville, face one count each of trafficking methamphetamine and possession of oxycodone.
The two were arrested in a Nov. 15 traffic stop on Hurt Bridge Road after a deputy spotted Brumbelow not wearing a seatbelt.
A search of the vehicle turned up the large amount of suspected methamphetamine, more than 28 grams, which is the minimum amount to levy a trafficking charge.