Two Arrested After 'Molly Pills' And Marijuana Found In South Georgia Home

By: Kara Duffy Email
By: Kara Duffy Email

By: Kara Duffy
July 22, 2013

Bainbridge, GA - Two men are behind bars after a drug bust in South Georgia.

Investigators with Bainbridge Public Safety say tips from the public led to the arrest of Ramu Hawkins and Terrill White.

Investigators say they got a search warrant after receiving complaints about possible drug dealing going on at White's residence along Monroe Street.

That's when they found marijuana as well as Molly pills, which is a form of ecstasy that investigators say is new to the Bainbridge area.

Investigator Mark Esquivel, with BPS said, "He led us to a bedroom where he had approximately 25 bags of marijuana and a few of the Molly pills. In another bedroom we found a lot more of the Molly pills, as well as another small amount of marijuana."

Hawkins and White were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of MDMA or ecstasy with intent to distribute.

Investigators say they were both denied bond.


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