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STAFFORD, Va. (WUSA9) -- Officials say 11 people were indicted in connection to a heroin trafficking operation in Stafford County, Va.

Eight of the indicted were either arrested Thursday or were already incarcerated, police say. Three remaining suspects are at large.

The following people were indicted:

  • Anthony Pakchanian, age 23, of 42 Lightfoot Drive, Stafford (1 County of Distribution of Schedule II Narcotics & 1 Count Misdemeanor Distribution of Drug Paraphernalia)
  • Jeannine Scenters, age 40, of 22 Oak Drive, Stafford (2 Counts of Distribution of Heroin)
  • Jimmy Mills Jr., age 34, of 21 Petroleum Drive, Stafford (1 Count of Possession of a Firearm by a Felon, 1 Count Possession of a Schedule I or II Narcotic & 1 Count of Possession of Marijuana)
  • Cynthia Louise Miller, age 48, of 26 Richland Road, Stafford (1 Count of Possession of Heroin & 1 Count of Possession of Marijuana)
  • Daniel Ringler, age 21, of 1006 Blackbeard Drive, Stafford (1 Count of Possession of Schedule I or II Narcotic & 1 Count of Possession of Controlled Paraphernalia)
  • Cory Waters, age 20, of no fixed address (1 Count of Possession of Schedule I or II Narcotic & 1 Count Possession of Controlled Paraphernalia)
  • James Anthony Cox, age 25, of no fixed address (1 Count of Distribution of an Imitation Controlled Substance)
  • James Beverly, age 32, of no fixed address (1 Count Distribution of Heroin)
  • Jason Matthew Monroe, age 22, of 225 Courthouse Road, Stafford (1 Count of Possession of Heroin)
  • Robert James Ruff, age 20, of no fixed address (1 Count of Distribution of Schedule II Narcotic)
  • Malcom Wayne Moore, age 42, of no fixed address (1 Count of Distribution of Heroin)

Cox, Mills and Waters remain at large.

The indictments and arrests of these individuals are the result of an intensive investigation that started in December of 2013 and was initiated by members of the Sheriff's Office Special Investigation Unit, in large part, to the high number of heroin overdoses that occurred in Stafford County over the last year, according to police.

Stafford County had 12 confirmed heroin overdoses that resulted in death in the past 12 months.

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