Parolee found with a large amount of meth, dangerous drugs during compliance check in Fort Oglethorpe

According to a Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office incident report, On January 17th, 2023, at 1:45 PM, Catoosa County Detectives and GBI special agents responded to 607 Forrest Road Fort Oglethorpe to meet with Georgia Department of Community Supervision Officers Golowith, Brumlow, and Huff. Officer Brumlow had contacted Detectives advising that they were doing a parole compliance check on the Seth Axley Wishon, 39, of Fort Oglethorpe, and located a large amount of meth and a prescription bottle full of gabapentin pills. Detectives attempted to speak with Wishon, but he refused to provide any information. DCS officers advised detectives that Wishon had a multitude of text messages on his phone regarding selling meth and other drugs. The contraband and phone were seized and documented. Wishon was transported to the Catoosa County Jail, where he was charged with illegal possession of dangerous drugs, use of communications facilities, possession of meth with intent to distribute, and parole violation. According online court records, Wishon has a lengthy criminal history.

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