published Monday, March 25th, 2013

DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama reports drug arrests

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The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office has reported several drug arrests.

Sheriff Jimmy Harris said a car was stopped near Kilpatrick last Thursday night after the occupants were seen throwing a bag from the vehicle.

A news release said the bag was recovered and found to contain marijuana. Julio Rodriguez, 24, and Jorge Chavez, 18, of Albertville were arrested and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana second and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. The two were taken to the DeKalb County Detention Center.

On Saturday night, complaints of suspicious activity at a home in Fyffe led to the arrest of Bobby Joe Townson, 31, and Amanda Sue Townson, 32, both of Section, who were charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Roger Dale Thomas, 47, of Fyffe was also arrested and charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance spice and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. They also were taken to the DeKalb County Detention Center.

Three people were arrested Sunday at a residence on County Road 1962 near Crossville. They are Wesley Stuart Gibson, 22, Brandon Joseph Gibson, 26, and Vanessa Arlene Taylor, 21 all of Crossville, who were charged with unlawful possession of marijuana second and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. The three were taken to the DeKalb County Detention Center where they await bonds.

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