A Selma, Ala., woman and her mother were charged with suspected marijuana trafficking by Troup deputies after a stop on Interstate 85.
The officers said Antonia Ann Leshore, 37, was driving a Nissan Altima near mile marker 8 when they saw it and believed her window tint was too dark. When they stopped the car, they found 10.5 pounds of marijuana inside. Leshore and her mother, Theresa Williams, whose age was unavailable, both were arrested.
Four face drug charges
Troup investigators charged four men with methamphetamine possession after going to a house where they suspected the drug was being sold. They found the resident of the house on Southern Pine Drive, Nicholas Edmond Powell, 23, trying to hide meth under the bed. Another man in the house, David Alan Perndon, 35, was found with two small bags of meth in his pants. They also found scales and other drug paraphernalia in the house.
While making the arrests, two o ther men drove up in a white truck. When they stopped the truck, they found a box with a bag containing 3 grams of meth and seven hydrocodone pills. Billy Ray Griffin, 41, of Rob Roy Road, and Alan Brice Wood, 25, of Old Pond Road, with methamphetamine and hydrocodone possession.
Woman could be charged with aggravated assault
LaGrange police may charge a woman with aggravated assault after a man was stabbed on Snelson Street on Thursday.
Witnesses said they saw a woman come out of a house and grab a man, not letting him go until he hit her in the face. Another woman then ran out into the road and stabbed the man in the left leg. The man then got in a car and fled the scene. Witnesses also said the victim had come to the Snelson Street house and provoked the women with a gun earlier in the day.
When police met up with the victim later, he had a stab wound to his left thigh but refused treatment.