On May 5, 2015, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office went to 9358 McLeod Road to investigate a Meth Text. MCSO Deputies spoke with the owner, JOHNATHAN WILLARD, and explained that there had been several meth text sent to our office referencing his address. Three other people were inside the residence, TERRY WILLARD, CURTIS HENDERSON and SKYLYNN PATRAS, and all who lived there signed consent form so that Deputies could search the residence.


While searching the residence, Deputies located drug paraphernalia, marijuana, meth and other supplies used in the manufacturing of Meth.


TERRY WILLARD, CURTIS HENDERSON and SKYLYN PATRAS were all charged with Manufacturing Controlled Substance, Possession of pre-cursor chemicals, manufacturing 1st and Possession of Marijuana 1st.  JOHNATHAN WILLARD had the same five charges as others plus an outstanding traffic warrant.


In 2008, Mobile County Sheriff SAM COCHRAN, created an Initiative empowering citizens to take action against the use and manufacture of methamphetamine called the METH INITIATIVE.


The program targets meth users through three areas of focus: ENFORCEMENT, COMPLIANCE AND EDUCATION.