Four Arrested Following Traffic Stop

By: Brooks County Sheriff''s Office
By: Brooks County Sheriff''s Office

Brooks County, GA -- September 4, 2011

The Brooks County Sheriff’s Office Special Response/Narcotics team served a search warrant on a residence in Eagle Run Trailer Park following information received when two females were arrested Monday morning – August 29th, 2011. Brooks County Deputies stopped at a green Honda Accord on the Troupeville Road at approximately 12:40 p.m. During the search of their vehicle prescription medications were found not in their original container. Arrested was Crystal Renee Richardson, 41, of Valdosta for Possession of Controlled Substance. Also arrested was fifty-one year old Delisa Fields Mulkey of Valdosta Possession of Controlled Substance and Sale of Controlled Substance from the traffic stop . Both females were arrested on the scene and transported to the Brooks County Jail.

Following interviews of both females, Narcotics Captain Jerry Miller obtained a warrant to search 53 Eagle Run Drive where Richardson and Mulkey had been. “The search of the residence produced a large quantity of prescription medications found at the residence in paper bags, napkins and pill bottles,” stated Sheriff Mike Dewey. Arrested at the residence was Eugene “Pops” Chappel, age 71 and his grandson Marvin Eugene Chappel, age 27. Both were charged with Possession of Controlled Substance and Sale of Controlled Substance. “These arrest culminated several months of under-cover investigation by our Narcotics Unit,” Sheriff Mike Dewey stated further.

All four individuals were released on bond Thursday, September 1st.


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  • by Soldier229 Location: Afgahnistan on Nov 20, 2011 at 06:43 PM
    First off this is my step-dad conducting this and he did the right thing.Waiting for the females to buy the drugs,and leaving the house to verify that drugs were still in the location.Conduct the traffic stop to prevent a bad situation,Or blowing the investigation.It's all about flipping the one's caught to get the bigger fish.You have to have PC they were seen coming from a know drug house.That's plenty of PC stop the vehicle.
  • by Ed Location: D on Sep 6, 2011 at 05:21 AM
    Yes ,your right....but if thats what it takes to get drugs off the street..do it! Besides, if your not doing anything illegal...what do you have to fear?
  • by Anon on Sep 5, 2011 at 06:23 PM
    Interesting that they claim it's a traffic stop, but then later admit it's actually not. A controlled buy from subverted citizens ("sale" at a "traffic stop" - anyone catching on?) over time, or even at the time, but absolutely not a "traffic stop", by that they simply mean they waited until these people were in the vehicle to instigate their plan (because this is where they have the most power - on the public roadways - and where you, the citizen, are most vulnerable as there is no need for a search warrant and often they can simply bully or lie their way into searching your vehicle - but just say NO, it is your legal RIGHT to refuse an unreasonable search and despite what they say you have no obligation to comply with them, make them do their job and secure a warrant to search your personal affects [car/truck]). However, the term "traffic stop" is often used to defer attention to the more underhanded techniques which are utilized to arrest citizens and seize property or wealth.
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