Coffee County authorities have recently arrested a prolific drug dealer after a routine traffic stop. When confronted, the drug dealer, a 33-year-old woman, feigned amnesia and gave the officers a false date of birth.
Meth Dealer Told Investigators that She Has Amnesia
According to the Douglas-Coffee County authorities, on Tuesday, traffic monitored agents stopped a vehicle whose driver committed a minor traffic offense. While at Walderon Road and Ramblewood Road, the driver, later identified as 33-year-old Angie McCoy refused to stop at the stop sign.
When approached, the woman began acting erratically and told the officers that she’s suffering from amnesia. Moreover, to continue her masquerade, the woman supplied the officers with false personal data and declared that she did not know where she was or why was she arrested.
After running the car license plates, the authorities discovered that the amnesic driver was actually a sentenced meth dealer who was on probation. Without requesting permission from her probation officer, McCoy left her home and did not disclose her destination.
The officers who took the woman into custody drove her home, just near Trotter Road. Upon arriving at the destination, the law enforcement officers asked the woman if that is her residence. McCoy denied living there and continued claiming that she has amnesia.
However, upon investigating the police car which transported the women home, the officers discovered McCoy’s key to the apartment lying on the floor. Upon entering the house, the officers discovered an unspecified amount of methamphetamine and various tools used to produce the drugs.
Since the meth dealer violated the terms of her imprisonment, she was booked into the Coffee County Jail where she will remain for the duration of the trial. The meth dealer now faces new charges which include giving misleading into to authorities, possession of meth, and violating probation.
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