ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — The Geneva County Sheriff’s Office took a man into custody for alleged methamphetamine trafficking, according to an online post.
The GCSO said that deputies were investigating “an area of high drug complaints” on Nov. 30 when he stopped a Ford Explorer near the intersection of AL 27 and Lake Fox Road in Chancellor.
After a positive alert from a K9, the driver, Shelton Obrian Wilson of Enterprise, was caught with around three ounces of what was believed to be meth, also known as “ICE,” and four grams of what was believed to be marijuana.
Deputies Cory Dean and Andrew Williams found more paraphernalia after searching the inside of the SUV.
Authorities booked Wilson into the Geneva County Jail on a charge for trafficking in methamphetamine.