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Fayette deputies seize heroin, other drugs

Fayette County deputies on two occasions during the last week arrested four people for possession of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine or marijuana.

Glenn Parks Summerlin, 47, of Fayetteville, and Thomas Glen Summerlin, 20, of Riverdale, were arrested June 1 on charges of violation of the Georgia controlled substances law, according to Fayette Sheriff’s spokesperson Brent Rowan.

Rowan said a deputy initiating a traffic stop on Ga. Highway 85 North discovered approximately nine grams of suspected heroin in the men’s possession, along with small amounts of suspected marijuana and cocaine.

On May 31, Timothy Seth Davis, 27, and Megan Marie Davis, 26, both of Griffin, were charged with violation of the state controlled substances law, burglary, possession of tools in the commission of a crime and obstruction, Rowan said.

Rowan said a deputy on patrol in the area of Ga. Highway 314 found a vehicle parked near a cell phone tower. He found the two occupants in possession of suspected methamphetamine, Rowan said. After receiving a consent to search the vehicle, the deputy found burglary tools and two air conditioning units believed to have come from a building on the property, Rowan said.

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