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Richmond County Sheriff's Office makes narcotics bust

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AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office has announced a major narcotics bust in Augusta.

The bust happened around 12:30 this afternoon, culminating an undercover operation that RCSO has been working on.

Steven Gebhart, 31, and wife Roxann Gebhart, 39, were arrested after officers conducted a traffic stop on the couple on the 4000 block of Windsor Spring Road. Illegal drugs were found in their vehicle.

A subsequent search of their residence at 4202 Windsor Spring Road, Lot #156, also turned up illegal drugs and paraphernalia.

Roxann Gebhart was found to have concealed a plastic bag containing methadone on her person. She was a contract worker at the Charles B. Webster Detention Center, working as a nurse through Correct Care Solution.

There charges are as follows:

Roxann Gebhart                            

  • 1 felony count Possession of Methadone

Steven Gebhart                      

  • 1 felony count Possession of Methamphetamine with intent to distribute
  • 1 felony count Possession of Methadone
  • 1 felony count Possession of Marijuana with intent to distribute
  • 1 felony count Selling of Oxycodone
  • 1 felony count selling of Marijuana
  • 4 felony counts Selling of Methamphetamines
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