Reilley and Stevenson Charged with Possession Tuesday


Bellefontaine Police Officers responded to a drug complaint within the city Tuesday afternoon.

A female staff member had found suspected narcotics in the bedroom of Jessika Reilley and reported it to authorities.

Reilley spoke with officers and admitted to having some marijuana in her room, along with pills that she had found in another residence and kept for safekeeping.

She gave officers consent to search her bedroom and they located raw marijuana, marijuana edibles, two pills of Gabapentin, and one Oxycodone.

Reilley was placed under arrest and transported to the Logan County Jail where she was charged with Possession of Drugs.


Also on Tuesday, officers were at a home in Bellefontaine for an unrelated incident.  It was suspected that Ray Stevenson Jr. was likely in possession of narcotics.

Stevenson granted a search of his residence and denied that he had anything illegal inside.  However, he stated that someone may have left something there.

Officers located a chore boy, a marijuana grinder, digital scales, a glass pie pan containing a crystalline substance, a shortened snorting straw, and a broken glass pipe.

The substance tested positive for methamphetamine.

Stevenson was arrested and transported to the Logan County Jail where he was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine.