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Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Competent Cops Just Doing Their Job
Folks, this is exactly the kind of story we should be reading about. No screaming headlines, no grandstanding, no lawsuits, no embarrassment. We look forward to more of the same. It's been a long eight years. We deserve a break.
Morgan Sheriff’s Office: Drug task force seizes meth, heroin at Hartselle home
Hartselle woman faces drug charges after meth and heroin were seized from a residence, according to the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office.
Agents with the Morgan County Drug Task Force and Hartselle police officers executed an arrest warrant on Carla Marie Frost at a residence in the 300 block of Gilchrist Street in Hartselle, the office said in a release.
Frost had active warrants with the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office that were related to drug crimes in its jurisdiction, according to the Morgan County office. Agents learned that Hartselle police had received complaints about the residence where Frost was living, the release said.
Agents and officers made contact with Frost and a man, later identified as Glen Dale Anderson Jr., and, while arresting Frost for the warrants, noticed drug paraphernalia in the residence, according to the release.
Agents recovered a quantity of meth and heroin and drug paraphernalia during a search, the release said.
Frost, 45, of 311 Gilchrist Street, Hartselle, was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute-methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance-heroin and a misdemeanor, and no bail was set, the sheriff’s office said.
Anderson, 42, of 1607 Main St., Hartselle, was charged with possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine and a misdemeanor, and his bail was set at $1,300, according to the release.