MOULTRIE, Ga. — Colquitt County law enforcement has made several cases involving possession of drugs recently, including one against a Colquitt County Prison inmate.
Deangelo Antjuane Williams, whose address was given as Colquitt County Prison, 200 Vandenburg Drive, was charged with inmate in possession of drugs after marijuana was found. The sheriff’s office report was dated Wednesday but indicated the incident had happened March 10-11.
Other drug cases
• John Wesley Trammell, 35, of Thomasville, was charged Saturday with possession of methamphetamine, fleeing and attempting to elude an officer and reckless driving.
The deputy’s report said he saw a man later identified as Trammell at the cemetery across from Temple Baptist Church on Highway 319 South about 5 a.m. Saturday, so he stopped to investigate.
• John William Alderman, of Valdosta, was charged with crossing a guard line with contraband, possession of meth and possession of a drug-related object. A deputy stopped Alderman’s 2013 Toyota Corolla about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday on Cool Springs Road because the car didn’t have a working tail light.
• Denize Montreze Williams, of Camilla, was charged with DUI and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. The deputy’s report said Williams’ 1998 Buick Park Avenue was parked alongside the road with a blown tire. The car’s high beams were turned on, which attracted the deputy’s attention.
• Drug Enforcement Team members encountered three people at the Raceway gas station, 1301 Veterans Parkway North, May 29 and determined they had methamphetamine and marijuana in their possession. Cory Norman, 588 25th Ave. S.E., was charged with violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. Toni Marie Roberts, 104 Brenda Drive, Lot D, was charged with violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act. Donald Eric Young, 1823 Ellenton-Cool Springs Road, Norman Park, was charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
• Pedro Nicholas Gonzales, 23, 1300 Hutchinson Drive, was charged May 25 with probation violation, battery, cruelty to children (third degree), possession of cocaine, pedestrian under the influence, terroristic threats and acts, and criminal trespass.
• Juan Deleon Tomlin, of Valdosta, was charged Wednesday with possession of cocaine.
• Michael J. Ridley, 1718 Fourth St. S.E., was charged with sale of marijuana. The report was dated Wednesday, but it indicated the offense took place March 13.