2 arrested after DeKalb County deputies find synthetic marijuana, meth, gun on side of road
Two suspects in DeKalb County are charged with dumping drugs and other items from their vehicle while trying to evade an MP.
A deputy from the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office attempted to overtake them on March 11 for unlabeled driving, but they sped off and began throwing objects out of windows, according to the department.
In total, MPs are said to have recovered a 9mm pistol, 2 pounds of synthetic marijuana, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia from the roadside and in the vehicle.
Marc Anthony Gregory, 35, of Fort Payne, is accused of illicit drug trafficking, illicit possession of a controlled substance, illicit possession of drug paraphernalia, illicit possession of guns, evasive action, criminal junk, manipulation of physical evidence, and ruthlessness at risk .
Anabel Craig, 19, of Fort Payne, is charged with illicit drug trafficking, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, evasive action, and criminal junk.
Commenting on the arrests, DeKalb County Sheriff Nick Welden said, “I would like to thank the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Representatives and DeKalb County stunning agents for all of your hard work and dedication. We pride ourselves on removing this poison from our streets and from our children. Sometimes this can be a thankless job, but just knowing that you may have even kept a child away from this poison is all worth it. “