Dade County traffic stop for no tag lights leads to several bags of meth, two arrested
On April 27, at approximately 11:30pm, a Dade County Deputy observed a vehicle traveling on Highway 299 in Wildwood with no working tag lights. The Deputy initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle in the area of Hooker Community Church. After speaking with the driver and passenger, the deputy discovered probable cause to search the vehicle. A search of the vehicle yielded several bags of a substance testing positive for methamphetamine, and drug related objects. Both subjects were taken in to custody and transported to the Dade County Jail, where they are currently being housed for the listed charges.
Joshua D Anthony (38 of Rossville, GA) • Possession of Meth with the Intent to Distribute • Possession of Methamphetamine • Possession of Drug Related Objects • Tag Lights Required
Jonathan R Jackson (25 of Fort Oglethorpe, GA) • Possession of Meth with the Intent to Distribute • Possession of Methamphetamine • Possession of Drug Related Objects
Dade County Sheriff Office posted on Facebook saying "Sheriff Cross is extremely proud of his deputies, and continues to encourage them to remove these dangerous drugs from our streets!"