Meth-related offenses dominate drug arrestsBy Stephen Dawkins Published 3:53pm Monday, March 8, 2010
The Chilton County Sheriff’s Department made 24 drug-related arrests in the month of February, and they were all for the same drug: meth.
“It’s pretty obvious we have a problem here,” Chief Deputy Shane Mayfield said. “We bust about two or three meth labs a week.”
Those arrested, with their most serious charges, are:
Amanda Corrie Robinson of Clanton, manufacturing of a controlled substance first degree and trafficking a controlled substance.
Misty Renee Moore of Clanton, manufacturing.
Troy Dean Patterson of Clanton, manufacturing.
Bryan Christopher Henry of Alabama, manufacturing, possession of a controlled substance, and unlawful endangering of a child.
Timmy Carl Lucas of Montevallo, manufacturing, possession, and endangering of a child.
Joseph Earl Whitman of Clanton, possession, manufacturing, and theft second degree.
Jennifer Elaine Mitchell of Shelby, possession, trafficking, and manufacturing.
Shelly Marie Mitchell of Jemison, manufacturing, trafficking, and endangering a child.
Clifton Edward Hill of Calera, manufacturing.
Paul Allen McBrayer of Montevallo, manufacturing and trafficking.
John Carver May of Maplesville, manufacturing.
Sandra Lynn Mills of Montevallo, manufacturing and possession.
Nicholas Channing Mims of Clanton, possession.
Kasie Diane Adams of Jemison, manufacturing.
Charles Richard Cobern of Jemison, possession.
Mary Kathryn Childress of Jemison, possession.
Darral Scott Broadhead of Calera, manufacturing.
April Lynn Bice of Calera, manufacturing and possession.
Amber Melissa Lindsey of Montgomery, manufacturing and possession.
Warren Keith Driver of Verbena, possession.
Charles Browden Rigsby of Maplesville, possession and manufacturing.
Barry Lynn Robinson of Clanton, possession and manufacturing.
Amanda Nicole Salter of Maplesville, possession.
Jeffery Maurice Sims of Jemison, manufacturing and trafficking.