The Jackson County (Ala.) Sheriff’s Office has arrested Ralph Dwayne Currie, 41, and Selina Johnson Currie, 27, both of Henagar, Ala., on drug charges.
Both are in the Jackson County Jail and bond has yet to be set.
A traffic stop Wednesday on Highway 71 in Flat Rock, Ala., led to the arrest of Ralph Currie on outstanding arrest warrants that stemmed from a 2011 drug investigation.
A search of the vehicle occupied by by Currie led detectives to the location and seizure of what a news release said was a small amount of synthetic cannabinoid. Selina Currie was a passenger in the vehicle and was arrested along with Ralph Currie.
The release said later on two search warrants were executed at a residence at County Road 165 in Henegar and a business on Alabama Highway 72 in the Fackler community. The search of the residence let to the location and seizure of a small amount of suspected synthetic cannabinoid. The search of the business, the release said, resulted in the location and seizure of what was described as a large amount of suspected synthetic cannabinoid and assorted drug paraphernalia.
Ralph Durrie was charged with two counts of unlawful possession of synthetic cannabinoids, felony possession of salvia, unlawful manufacturing of controlled substances first degree and two counts of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.
Selina Currie was charged with unlawful possession of synthetic cannabinoids, unlawful manufacturing of controlled substances first degree and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.
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