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Deputy Williams, Investigator Cole and Officer Rodgers get drugs off the streets of Geneva County


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On 05/22/2021 at approximately 10:00 P.M. off duty Investigator Allen Cole noticed a dark in color Chevrolet Avalanche vehicle stopped at a house, that he knew was empty. Investigator Cole was on his personal vehicle, went to see what was going on and why the vehicle was stopped at that house.  When he was approaching the vehicle, it took off. Investigator Cole advised Deputy Williams and Officer Rodgers (Slocomb P. D.) of the suspicious vehicle.  

Deputy Williams and Officer Rodgers saw the vehicle driving slow and suspiciously on Co Rd 9 and Railroad St in Slocomb, AL.  Officer Rodgers conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle to investigate the suspicious vehicle.

During the traffic stop the Driver (Danny Stevens) had a non-valid driver's license . The passenger (Susan Williamson) had Valid driver's license and was actively on probation.

In the process of Officer Rodgers issuing a citation to the driver, Deputy Williams deployed K9 Dazey for the purpose of a K9 sniff of the outside of the vehicle. K9 Dazey immediately alerted to the driver's side of the vehicle giving Officers and Deputies probable cause to search for illegal narcotics. Deputy Williams recovered approximately 13 grams of methamphetamine along with drug paraphernalia under the front passenger seat.

Both occupants were charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Both were transported to and booked into the Geneva County Jail.

The above suspects and drugs (below) are once again off the street because of multi-agency teamwork that is shown throughout Geneva County. 

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