A Johnson family in Stanfield wound up behind bars Wednesday.
Pinal County Sheriff’s Office arrested five people on Pima Road early in the morning, two of them on drug charges.
“The arrests were made by PCSO detectives as part of an ongoing criminal investigation,” PCSO spokesman Mark Clark said.
Roy Lee Johnson, 63, of Maricopa, was charged with possession of marijuana for use, possession of marijuana for sale, possession of dangerous drugs for use, possession of dangerous drugs for sale and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Sammie Lee Johnson, 57, of Stanfield, was charged with marijuana possession of use and sale, drug possession for use and sale and a violation of compliance with an earlier sentence. His cash bond was $621.
Malcolm Terrell Johnson, 22, of Stanfield, was charged with failure to appear in the second degree. His cash bond was $900.
Kathy Lynn Johnson, 49, of Stanfield, was charged with violation of a promise to appear. Her bond was $1,575.
But PCSO was not finished on Pima Road. A little later in the morning, Brandon Christian Thomas, 27, of Stanfield, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear in the second degree and possession of drug paraphernalia.
He appeared before Judge Lyle Riggs in the Maricopa/Stanfield Justice Court on Thursday. His bond on the failure to appear charge was $793. The drug charged netted at $1,000 bond.