CONYERS — Two people were arrested on drug distribution charges after deputies with the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office went to a Cross Creek Trail residence to serve a warrant from Newton County.
According to Investigator Michael Camp, officers went to 630 Cross Creek Trail late Thursday to serve a felony possession of methamphetamine warrant for Jesse Allen Davis. When officers arrived, Davis, 24, allegedly ran from the house and hid in a dog pen in the back yard.
Officers took Davis into custody and searched the area of the dog pen where they found more than 3 grams of methamphetamine, according to Camp. Some of the drug had spilled onto the ground and some was still packaged in small plastic bags, Camp said.
Due to the amount of drugs confiscated from Davis, deputies notified the Narcotics and Vice Unit, and surveillance was set up in the area of the Davis residence.
Camp said about an hour later a second suspect drove up and parked in front of the house.
When a uniformed deputy approached the car to question the driver, he observed a bottle of wine on the front seat of the car.
While questioning Summer Susanne Glenn, 19, of 114 Emory St., Oxford, outside of the car, Camp said the deputy noticed that the suspect had a suspicious bulge in the front of her pants. A female deputy was called to search the suspect and retrieved a plastic bag containing about 3 grams of methamphetamine, according to Camp.
Camp said small plastic bags and a digital scale were recovered from the suspect’s car.
Both suspects have been charged with one count each of possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. They both remained in the Rockdale County Jail as of Tuesday.