By STAFF REPORTS
Monday, the Griffin Police Department arrested two suspects on several drug charges.
According to a GPD press release, the GPD’s the Special Investigations Unit (S.I.U) and Criminal Apprehension and Gang Enforcement (C.A.G.E.) unit executed a narcotic search warrant at 203 Lexington Ave., Griffin, on Monday.
The results of the narcotic search warrant netted 14.27 grams of cocaine, four loaded syringes containing methamphetamine, more than 2 ounces of marijuana, 1 gram of Ecstasy, and $1,431 U.S. currency.
The targets of the narcotic search warrant — Walter Alonzo Clemons, 43, and Keyondrea Mercedes Guider, 31 — were arrested and charged with cocaine possession, cocaine possession with intent to distribute, methamphetamine possession, methamphetamine possession with intent to distribute, marijuana possession over 1 ounce, marijuana possession with intent to distribute, possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a park, possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a housing complex, and possession of drug-related objects.
“The S.I.U./ C.A.G.E. units continue to target criminal activity in this area within the city of Griffin to develop a safer community for our citizens,” a statement from the GPD read. “The Griffin Police Department would like to thank the citizens of Griffin for their continued involvement and partnership with us in an effort to keep our city safe. The Griffin Police Department works to continue strengthening the bond with the community.”