Woman Previously Arrested in Drug Raid Faces Additional Charge
Amy Elizabeth Speck
Waynesboro Police Department MEDIA RELEASE
One of the persons arrested in the April drug raid in the 900 block of S Forest Ave is facing an additional charge resulting from that incident. On June 26, officers arrested Amy Elizabeth Speck, 29 years old, on a felony charge of possession of a schedule I or II drug, namely morphine. At the time of her arrest in April, an officer found the morphine pill in Speck's brassiere. The pill was sent off for lab analysis for verification. Speck was released on a personal recognizance bond.
Previous Release – April 15, 2013
On Thursday, April 11, 2013 the Waynesboro Police Department arrested a Waynesboro woman in a drug sting at house in the 900 block of S Forest Ave. Using a search warrant, the Department's SWAT team raided the residence and located Amy Elizabeth Speck, 29 years old, with methamphetamine, hundreds of used syringes and other paraphernalia used for drug consumption. Also located at residence, which is considered to be a flop-house for local drug users, were two Waynesboro men wanted on charges from other jurisdictions. Matthew Ray Fisher, 22 years old, was arrested on a felony drug possession charge by the UVA Police Department; Gary Dustin Mawyer, 29 years old, was arrested for probation violations from Augusta County. All were was transported to Middle River Regional Jail and are being held on separate bonds.
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