911 call uncovers meth and marijuana house
Tue, 10 Sep 2013 16:30:45 GMT —
A Bacon County couple is behind bars charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, manufacturing marijuana and trafficking meth.
After responding to a 911 call for a domestic dispute along Georgia Highway 32, drug unit officials with the Coffee County Sheriff's Office found Bruce Alexander Middleton, 40, alone.
A search was conducted on his car and police found $30,000 in a bag inside the car and an ounce of meth.
Shortly afterwards, Middleton's girlfriend, Janna Marie Mancil, 28, pulled up to the scene.
Mancil was detained because she was on probation at the time. Middleton, who was out on parole, was also taken into custody.
Once Coffee County officials located the couple's home, they conducted a search at the residence in Bacon County. Agents discovered a pound of methamphetamine and an indoor marijuana farm. Authorities found 43 plants growing inside the home.
Both Bruce Middleton and Janna Mancil were arrested and booked without bond. They are facing charges in both Coffee and Bacon County.