Crime & Courts Briefs Car troubles lead to meth arrest
Deputies with the Newton County Sheriff ’s Office arrested a Conyers man Dec. 6 and charged him with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamines.
According to the incident report, the Sheriff ’s Office received a call that there was a suspicious vehicle in a subdivision under construction off Galloway Road. When the deputy arrived, Scot Lewis Pippin, who was under the hood of his car, said he was having car trouble and the car would not start.
When the deputy began to question the female passenger who was sitting in the car, he noticed a set of scales in the car. The deputy searched Pippin and found methamphetamines in his pocket.
Pippin was arrested and taken to Newton County Jail. aimed at stifling legitimate public discourse did not apply. New York officials appealed.
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ATLANTA — The FBI says suspects in a series of bank robberies in metro Atlanta have been arrested, including three in Mississippi.
Gregory Jones, head of the FBI in Atlanta, says 22-year-old Shantavia Glass of Lithonia, Ga., surrendered to DeKalb County police after widespread distribution of photographs following Wednesday’s holdup of a Bank of America in Lithonia.
McComb, Miss., police arrested 18-yearold William Berk Harrold of Lithonia, accompanied by a 20-year-old woman, after a traffic stop about 4 a. m. Friday. That led to arrests of 20-year-old Zachery Antonio Harris of Ellenwood, Ga., and a 16-yearold Duluth, Ga., male suspect at a McComb hotel.
They are wanted in four DeKalb and Gwinnett County robberies over the past two weeks.