SBCST makes several drug related arrests

Written by  Monday, 07 April 2014 09:49

 Edward James RawlsEdward James Rawls Six people have been arrested on drug charges over the past couple of days by the Keilan MannKeilan MannStatesboro-Bulloch County Drug Suppression team.  The arrests, in conjunction with the Statesboro Police Department, followed the execution of search warrants and saturated patrols.


  Twenty-nine year old Edward James Rawls of Baldwin Street was re-arrested for possession of, with intent to distribute crack cocaine and MDMA (Ecstasy) and driving with suspended license.  In Kendra HerringtonKendra HerringtonJanuary he was arrested for possession of cocaine.James JohnsonJames Johnson


  A search warrant at Campus Crossing Apartments on Lanier Drive resulted in the arrest of 20 year old Keilan Mann on charges of possession and intent to distribute marijuana.  About $4,000 in cash and marijuana were seized.


Steven WaySteven Way  A traffic stop on West Jones Avenue led to the seizure of marijuana and the arrests of 26Jeffrey CoxJeffrey Cox year old Kendra Herrington and 36 year old James Johnson for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.  Herrington was also charged with defective equipment.


  A traffic stop by Master Deputy Mark Guarino led to the arrest of its driver, 35 year old Steven Way for driving while his license was suspended.  A passenger, 51 year old Jeffery Cox was charged with possession of methamphetamine.  Both men, from Ellabell, were arrested and taken to the Bulloch County Jail.


  Anyone with concerns of criminal activity in their neighborhoods or with information should submit an anonymous tip to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 912-764-1786.






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