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Deputies: 14 People still wanted in Operation Route 66

LINCOLN COUNTY, NC (WBTV) -

Lincoln County Sheriff's Deputies are still searching for 14 people indicted on drug violations in "Operation Route 66".

52 people who were indicted, plus three additional people were arrested during the roundup phase that started in late October.

To read about the 52 already charged, click here.

Officers are still looking for 14 people indicted by the Lincoln County Grand Jury on true bills of indictment involving drug charges, official said. 

Those indicted and still not arrested are as follows:

William Thomas Black, 56, of Charlotte

Lester Bynum, Jr., 59, of Iron Station

Charles David Conley, 55, of Lincolnton

Christopher Lance Craig, 29, of Claremont, NC

Kerston Deshawn Edwards, 23, of Lincolnton

Bradley Lee Farmer, 27, of Gastonia

Crystal Michelle Fisher, 26, of Lincolnton

Brittany C. Orgeron, 21, of Lincolnton

Ferlin Todd Pridmore, 40, of Lincolnton

John Russell Sanders, 36, of Gastonia

Gregory Allen Smith, 52, of Lincolnton

Kirk DeLa Torre, 34, of Iron Station

Cynthia Diane Payne, 46, of Concord, NC

Jamie Dean Abernethy, 49, of Stanley

Anyone who knows the whereabouts of any of the individuals is asked to call the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office at (704)732-9050, the Drug Tip Line at (704)736-8606 or Crime Stoppers at (704)736-8909.

You can remain anonymous and if your Crime Stoppers tip leads to an arrest you could receive a reward of up to $1,000.

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