Top (L-R) Jason Sherrill and Stephanie Sherrill and bottom Kenneth Freeman
Three Coffee County residents have been sentenced for their part in the distribution of steroids in Ohio. Jason Sherrill, 30, Stephanie Sherrill, 26, both of Tullahoma and Kenneth Freeman, 43, of Manchester were arrested late last year as part of an alleged steroid drug distribution ring that was operating in Warren County, Ohio. The trio was accused of purchasing drugs in powder form from China and mixing the substance into injectable form to sell. They were accused of engaging in corrupt activity and trafficking in drugs. Freeman appeared March 21 and pled guilty to trafficking drugs and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity. He was sentenced to four years in prison. Jason Sherrill appeared in court in Ohio on March 8 and pled guilty to trafficking in drugs and engaging in pattern of corrupt activity. He was sentenced to serve two years in prison for trafficking in drugs and five years in prison for engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.
Stephanie Sherrill appeared in court on March 8 and pled guilty to trafficking in drugs.