39-year-old Joshua Hollingsworth was charged with possession of methamphetamine and fentanyl for resale after he was seen exiting a home where a woman had just overdosed and he provided a deputy with his paraphernalia and drugs.
54-year-old Clifton Schow was charged with meth with intent, felon going armed, possession of a firearm during a dangerous felony, drug paraphernalia, and improper display of plates after being pulled over with meth, a pipe, needles, empty baggies, and a handgun.
41-year-old Teresa Ford was charged with reckless driving, improper lane use, speeding, and evading arrest after she refused to pull over when caught speeding on Riverside Drive and outran a county deputy after a few miles.
27-year old Nicolas McCain was charged with possession of meth, suspended driver’s license, misuse of registration, open container after claiming to have engine problems.
54-year-old Danny Beechum was charged with methamphetamine violation, drug paraphernalia, evading arrest, and criminal impersonation after an agent recognized him to have felony warrants and found meth in his vehicle.
29-year-old Courtney Jones was charged with a methamphetamine violation, possession of meth, DUI, paraphernalia, driving on a suspended license, and no insurance after getting into an accident while carrying illicit drugs in her car.
23-year-old Christian Skeen was charged with being in possession of methamphetamine and Fentanyl when police found him not breathing in a field making this his second time overdosing within the past year.
30-year-old Jacqueline Smith and 47-year-old Jarvise Shelton were charged with methamphetamine violation, cocaine for resale, and unlawful drug paraphernalia when officers went to their home on a warrant and found meth and cocaine.
29-year-old Michael Martin was charged with possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia as well as burglary when police respond to a burglary at the Wilma Rudolph Walmart then find methamphetamine with other paraphernalia in his Volkswagon.
22-year-old Christopher Craig was charged with shoplifting, theft, paraphernalia and methamphetamine violation after Walmart loss prevention witnessed him stowing merchandise and a search revealed a phone stolen from another store.