Monday, January 4, 2010

Warrants Service Nets Possession For Resale Charges

   Deputies who made their way to a Leoma home to serve warrants issued against a Richardson Road resident arrested him on drug charges, as well.

   Reports filed by agents with the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department Crime Suppression Unit indicate agents made their way to the home to serve warrants to Barry Rose, age 40, of 47 Richardson Road.

   After being let inside the home by a child, agents report locating Rose standing beside the kitchen table. They advised him he was under arrest, then inquired about whether he had any contraband on his person.

They note that Rose “removed something from his front pocket and attempted to hide it behind his back.” Officers found that he had a pill bottle and a straw in his hand that contained approximately one gram of methamphetamine and 19 Valium pills. Inside Rose’s truck agents report finding lighter fluid and a meth pipe.

   Rose was transported to the Lawrence County Jail where he was booked under outstanding warrants as well as charges of possession of meth for the purpose of resale, possession of Valium for the purpose of resale and possession of drug paraphernalia.

   Rose is slated to answer the charges through Lawrence County General Sessions Court on Monday, January 11, 2010.


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