A Jackson County, Ala., man faces drug and other charges after a traffic stop Tuesday, according to a news release from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.
After department narcotics officers stopped Anthony Glenn Hilley, 49, of Pisgah, they found 12 grams of ice methamphetamine, two Valium pills and drug paraphernalia, the release by Chief Deputy Rocky Harnen stated.
Officers also found that Hilley was wanted in DeKalb County, Ala, for failure to appear in court on a DUI charge.
Hilley was taken to the Jackson County jail and a hold was placed on him for the outstanding DeKalb County arrest warrant, the release stated.
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