Two Men Busted for Cocaine

By: Caroline Gonzmart Email
By: Caroline Gonzmart Email

A tip came in Friday (1/28) that Dennis Griffin and Ronald Neloms would be doing a 'drug drop' at a the corner of Georgia Highway 33 and Harris Street in Pavo, Georgia.

Agents say they saw both men arrive at the site in a pick-up truck.

They say Neloms got out and put something down by a street sign.

The drug squad says they pulled the men over after identifying the item left behind as being two baggies of cocaine.

Both face charges of cocaine possession with intent to distribute.

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  • by chad Location: monticello on Feb 3, 2011 at 08:36 AM
    thomasville times enterprise also have been using black people as a tool to sell newspapers. if you get caught with a nickel bag of weed there and you are black, you going to make the front page.
  • by james Location: tallahassee on Feb 3, 2011 at 08:26 AM
    one day soon, some black prominent person in the thomas county communtity is going to step up and put thomasville justice department under investigation. thomasville ga manages to arrest a lot of blacks for drugs in a city where there isnt any drugs. thomasville barely has a murder rate or overdose rate but their drug agents continue to make bogus arrests of seemingly the same people over and over again. this city's whole economy would crash if they couldnt arrest the blacks in their community. they have the same police force as tallahassee almost with no one to arrest. every drug case from the last 15 to 20 years should be dropped there. the sheriff and chief police should be fired. the people that are on drugs their should be given professional help instead of recycled every 3 months as informants. maybe it will take the governor of ga, a senator, the mayor of another city, or an outburst by the thomasville black community to get those police thugs out of their town NOW.
  • by Me on Feb 2, 2011 at 05:49 PM
    This is not racist if it was then why is that my friends husband just got busted with the same thing and he is white and they have a child and he is fixing to 5 to 30 years.. So they race card is BS!!!
  • by dog Location: gone on Feb 2, 2011 at 06:23 AM
    Yet No one will hire these fine black men for a hi paying Job. Wonder Why ?
  • by don Location: Thomasville on Feb 2, 2011 at 05:41 AM
    Gotta LOVE the race card when there is NO OTHER DEFENSE !! Do the numbers.. Take the percentages of population, the percentages of crime, and extrapolate. You will see where the VAST majority of crime originates.... but then , that must the fault of MY long dead ancestors. Bring Jesse on down so we can all better understand why crime is NEVER the fault of the perpetrator if he is black.
  • by ga. boy Location: tville on Feb 2, 2011 at 03:11 AM
    back on the streets in a day or two, if not already, thomas county want deal with the drug problems they just want to fine folks and get there fishing catch and release wonder how many times they have already been busted before????
  • by Cornelius Location: Quincy on Feb 1, 2011 at 06:12 PM
    This is racist, they just pick on black people and set them up.
  • by Tom Location: Thomas Co on Feb 1, 2011 at 05:53 PM
    Catch them all, lock them up, feed them crack, let them withdraw.
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