METH TEXT leads to arrest of three. MCSO is still looking for two that fled, JUSTIN BOLES and HEIDI HANCOCK.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Mobile County Sheriff’s Office received information from a METH TEXT complaint which led Deputies to 2058 Old Shell Road where they found 12 active Meth labs, 16 salt generators and approximately $5,000 to $6,000 worth of meth oils.

 

MCSO also received information that JUSTIN BOLES was at the Old Shell Road address.  JUSTIN BOLES has several felony warrants.  While Deputies were attempting to serve the warrants, BOLES and several others locked themselves in a bedroom.  After Deputies gained entrance into the home, everyone fled from the home.  Deputies caught and arrested three subjects; THOMAS J. BENTLEY, ALEXANDER J. CAMERON and BRITAIN A. ABSTON.  All three were charged with; Manufacturing controlled substance 1st degree, Trafficking meth, Possession narcotic paraphernalia, Use/possession drug paraphernalia and Possession controlled substance.

 

MCSO is still looking for JUSTIN BOLES and HEIDI HANCOCKJUSTIN currently has (4) outstanding warrants; Trafficking meth, Unlawful manufacturing of controlled substance, Probation revocation (burglary 3rd) and Domestic Violence 3rd.  Additional warrants were signed today for Manufacturing controlled substance 1st degree, Trafficking meth, Possession narcotic paraphernalia, Use/possession drug paraphernalia and Possession controlled substance.  Warrants were signed on HEIDI HANCOCK for Manufacturing controlled substance 1st degree, Trafficking meth, Possession narcotic paraphernalia, Use/possession drug paraphernalia and Possession of controlled substance.

 

Lori Myles
Sheriff’s Assistant for Public Affairs
251-574-NEWS (6397)
lmyles@mobileso.com