Special News 7 Mar 2023
On 2 Mar 2023 Agents with the Southeast Major Crimes Task Force, Washington County Sheriff’s Office and WCSO Detective Bureau executed a search warrant at 236 Francis Road, Muskingum Township, resulting in the arrest of two individuals.
The search warrant was executed, finding digital scales, drug ledgers, multiple baggies, baggies with residue, multiple pills, cocaine, methamphetamine, cash and a firearm.
Agents located a bag of suspected methamphetamine (6.28 grams) in the master bedroom dresser where Felisha Casto and Corey Sapp were located. A small rubber container with suspected cocaine (.07 grams) and a small plastic container with (3) three white oblong pills marked “G037” (Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, a schedule II controlled substance), were found in a drawstring bag with (2) two identification cards for Corey Sapp also in dresser, separate from the methamphetamine.
A loaded 22 mag revolver, with (5) five rounds in the cylinder, was found in the dresser under Casto’s bras/undergarments.
Agents also located (39) thirty-nine schedule II pills in Casto’s purse.
Casto was advised of her Miranda Rights and acknowledged she sells cocaine and actually told agents she travels out of the county buying ounces of cocaine to sell in the area. Casto stated she actually sold all of the cocaine she had in Parkersburg, WV, the previous evening. When asked about the bag of methamphetamine found in the driver, Casto stated she was holding it for a friend.
Agents also advised Corey Sapp of his Miranda Rights. Sapp denied any involvement in Casto’s self-admitted drug trafficking, but stated he knew what she was doing. Sapp also stated the gun (found under Casto’s bras/undergarments) was Casto’s but did not know when or where she obtained it.
Corey Thomas Sapp Jr., age 32, was also placed under arrest and transported to the Washington County Jail for possession of a schedule II controlled substance (acetaminophen and hydrocodone) and possession of cocaine, both 5th degree felonies.
Felisha Elizabeth Anne Casto, age 32, was found to have an active warrant out of Morgan County, Ohio, for failure to appear. Casto was placed under arrest and transported to the Washington County Jail for possession of methamphetamine, a 3rd degree felony, having weapons while under disability, a 3rd degree felony, and possession of a schedule II drug, a 5th degree felony, as well as the Morgan County warrant.
Both Casto and Sapp appeared in Marietta Municipal Court. Sapp is being held on $1000 bond and Casto’s bond is $50,000.
The Southeast Major Crimes Task Force is part of Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s Organized Crime Investigation Commission and is comprised of representatives of the Washington, Morgan, Noble, Monroe, Meigs and Athens County Sheriff’s Offices; the Marietta, Belpre, Middleport, McConnelsville, Nelsonville and Glouster Police Departments; the Washington, Morgan, Noble, Monroe, Meigs, and Athens County Prosecutor’s Offices; and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation.