Investigation leads to arrests, two pounds of meth in Paulding Co. | News
DALLAS, Ga. -- A three month narcotics investigation netted two arrests and over two pounds of meth in Paulding County in January.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation released the results of the investigation and the names of those charged on Sunday.
In a statement, officials allege Alpheus Windham, 44, and Whitney Nicole Cinnamon, 28, were trafficking methamphetamine from a home in Dallas, Ga.
The charges were filed following an arrest by Paulding County deputies and agents with the Haralson-Paulding Drug Task Force.
Windham and Cinnamon were in possession of about 1 kilogram – or roughly 2.2 pounds – of crystal meth and some prescription pills. Windham and Cinnamon had pending charges from a previous search warrant served in December 2015 by deputies and agents at Windham’s residence at 70 Kaiser Court in Dallas.
That search warrant uncovered more than one ounce of crystal methamphetamine, more prescription pills, a stolen handgun, two vehicles, a motorcycle and over $4,000.
Both suspects were booked into the Paulding County Detention Center on $82,900 cash bond.