7 adults at Wynnmeade address arrested on various drug charges

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Seven people in the morning hours of Sept. 2 were arrested at a house on Peachtree City’s west side and charged with various drug offenses. Police said the house was set up with sleeping accommodations for multiple people, including in the living room and the garage.

Peachtree City Police Department spokesman Brad Williams said police at approximately 6:30 a.m. executed a search warrant, primarily for drug search and seizure, at 203 Wynnmeade Parkway based on a prior investigation.

Seven adults were found in the house, with some claiming that the residence was an Airbnb, said Williams.

Williams said the residence was set up to house multiple people, with police finding sleeping accommodations in the living room, two in the garage and in bedrooms, adding that the bedroom doors were outfitted with key locks.

Approximately five ounces of marijuana was found in the residence, Williams said.

Peachtree City Code Enforcement was called to the scene and documented numerous violations, Williams noted.

Williams said there were a total of seven people arrested at the scene. Those included:

The renter of the home, Alexis Harris, 26, charged with felony possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, felony possession of a Schedule 1 substance (THC oil products), drug-related objects and felony destruction of evidence (party to a crime).

Joseph Redden, 27, of Peachtree City, was charged with felony possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, felony possession of a Schedule 1 substance (THC oil products) and drug-related objects.

Jerimiha Armour, 24, of Norcross, was charged with misdemeanor marijuana and drug-related objects.

Jahrel Stephenson, 21, of Newnan, was charged with felony possession of a Schedule 1 substance (THC oil products) and misdemeanor marijuana.

Clarence Barker, 27, of Riverdale, was charged with misdemeanor marijuana and drug-related objects.

Tiara Stinson, 27, of Ellenwood, was charged with misdemeanor marijuana, drug-related objects and felony destruction of evidence.

Kenita Dimock, 44, of Fayetteville, was charged with misdemeanor marijuana and drug-related objects.

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  1. Now we have evidence of true drug houses in PTC attracting a mixed bag of unrelated multiple individuals to live together and consume / distribute drugs like in any large metro area in the USA.
    Thank you to our first line of defense, code enforcement who alerted law enforcement.
    If you see odd numbers of people or activity at a house (multiple cars in the yard/ loud noise or music/ trash or an overgrown yard) call PTC code enforcement 770-631-2588.