State Police in Calhoun used confidential informants in a Russett area drug arrests last week.

Adam Roy Parsons, 31, and Eve Parsons, 30, have been charged with delivery of hydrocodone in addition to other drug-related charges, after two confidential informants assisted with their arrests, including the use of an electronic recording device, according to a criminal complaint by the State Police.

The informants, identified in the complaint as "CI Tater Salad" and "CI Fatts," purchased five hyrdocodone pills with marked bills.

The complaint says an arranged purchase was made, after which the informants were told to meet the seller in "a wide-spot located just past the low-water bridge near Basswood Drive."

State Police troopers Kincaid and McCullough, utilizing an unmarked vehicle, monitored the transaction, according to the complaint.

In an additional complaint, State Police say they went to a residence and obtained written consent from Eve Parsons and Johnny Blosser, 40, during a "knock and talk" investigation.

Police discovered one-half pound of marijuana, scales and baggies, in a room where two infant females were sleeping, the report says.

Police indicate Blosser, after the couple had been read their rights, said the marijuana belonged to him.

Johnny Blosser and Eve Parsons have been released from Central Regional Jail on bond, and Adam Parsons is being held on $16,000 bond.


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