A Tyrone man after an Aug. 4 traffic stop in Peachtree City was charged with trafficking methamphetamine when an officer found 29 grams of suspected meth in his vehicle, along with other drugs.
Antonia M. Todd, 36, was charged with five felony drug counts, one count of trafficking, possession of drug-related objects, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, open container, suspended license and misdemeanor marijuana, according to Fayette County Jail records.
Peachtree City Police Department spokesman Chris Hyatt said a K-9 officer at the Aug. 4 traffic stop at Ga. Highway 74 and North Peachtree Parkway observed a weapon in the vehicle, and recognized Todd from a previous arrest.
Todd was also wanted on an active warrant from Fayetteville for methamphetamine, Hyatt said.
Found in Todd’s vehicle were 29 grams of suspected methamphetamine, along with suspected cocaine, THC edibles and a small amount of marijuana, said Hyatt.
The silence is deafening! I wonder why?
29 grams isn’t even a tenth of a pound.
What’s deafening is the fact that nobody acknowledged the fact that there are a ton of discrepancies across many articles regarding accounts given by authorities. A lawyer 1 day passing the B.A.R could have a field day with this one. LOL
Hope he gets a long vacation at a government resort.
Actually he posted bond and is out. I believe it’s something called due process. I find it funny that there are 3 different articles that give 3 different accounts from the authorities.