Federal grand jury charges man in Nacogdoches Co. meth conspiracy

Stratton Davis. (Source: Angelina County Jail.)
Stratton Davis. (Source: Angelina County Jail.)

LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A federal grand jury has indicted a Dallas man in connection to a Nacogdoches County meth conspiracy.

Records show the grand jury indicted Stratton Haskell Davis, 41, on April 19. He was booked into the Angelina County Jail on Tuesday.

Davis is accused of conspiring with four others of possessing at least 50 grams of meth between Sept. 2009 until April 2010.

Records show the four others, Marilyn Ross Marshall, James Thomas Rowell, Natasha Lynn Spinks and Roy Edwin Spinks are already serving sentences from a previous indictment under similar charges.

The indictment alleges the five used locations in Nacogdoches County to distribute meth in the Eastern District of Texas. It also alleges they used phones to further the conspiracy. Davis is accused of being the principle source of meth for the other four.

Davis is scheduled for a detention hearing on Wednesday.

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