Three arrested on drug charges in two separate traffic stops

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Three were taken into custody on drug-related charges following two separate traffic stops conducted by deputies with the Holmes County Sheriff’s Office in the area of Johnson Lake Road and Highway 2 in Westville.

On Oct. 9, a Holmes County Deputy initiated the first traffic stop around 3:30 p.m and made contact with Corey Peak, 28, and passenger Crissie Singletary, 39, of Westville.

According to a records check through dispatch, the driver Peak, did not own a valid driver’s license. After searching the vehicle, authorities found two glass smoking pipes and a bag containing methamphetamine.

Both subjects were arrested on Oct. 22 and charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On Oct. 21, a deputy initiated another stop in the same area. This time, making contact with Joseph Collingwood, 40, of Andalusia.

Collingwood was detained due to having active warrants in Okaloosa County.

During a stoppage, deputies located three small bags of cocaine. Collingwood was charged with cocaine possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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