Washington County Deputies busted a drug dealer and four others in Pekin last night while serving an arrest warrant. 

According to Washington County Chief Deputy Sheriff Brent Miller, deputies and Pekin Town Marshall Jeff Thomas were at 522 Charles Street in Pekin to serve an arrest warrant on Tony Boes, 55, Pekin. 

Miller said the warrant was issued from Clark County. 

There was also a warrant for the arrest of Boes’ wife, Amy, 32, Pekin. 

While officers were at the front door, Amy Boes bolted out the back door. She was arrested after a short foot pursuit. She was wanted on charges from Jefferson and Floyd Counties. 

Officers charged her with resisting law enforcement and the out of county warrants. 

Officers located Tony Boes in the home’s bathroom where several drug related items were seen. 

This lead to a search warrant being issued for the residence. 

Tony Boes was arrested and charged with: 

  • Possession of Meth
  • Possession of Paraphernalia
  • Maintaining a common nuisance
  • Possession of Marijuana, Hash Oil, Hashish or Salvia
  • Possession of Syringe
  • Dealing in Meth
  • Dealing in Cocaine or narcotic drug
  • Dealing in Marijuana, Hash Oil, Hashish or Salvia
  • Possession or use of legend drug or precursor
  • Possession or use of legend drug or precursor
  • Possession or use of legend drug or precursor
  • Possession of Cocaine or narcotic drug

Gary L. Latham, 50, New Albany; Jessica D. Parker, 33, Pekin and Teresa D Neely, 49, Pekin were also arrested and charged with visiting a common nuisance. 

Deputy Brad Naugle was the investigating officer and was assisted by Sheriff Roger Newlon and deputies Matt Hein, Paul Ginkins and Abby Powers and Town Marshall Jeff Thomas.