TCSO arrests two women on I-85 for possessing GHB
Two Opelika women were arrested Friday on Interstate 85 after they were found with about 2 gallons of the GHB, commonly known as the “date rape drug” by the Troup County Sheriff’s Department.
According to a news release from TCSO, Lt. Nathan Taylor stopped the vehicle near mile marker 8, heading south toward West Point for a window tint violation.
The news release said Taylor noticed suspicious behavior and deployer K9 Chap for a “free-air sniff” around the vehicle. Authorities say the K9 indicated the presence of narcotic odor coming from the vehicle.
Ashley Prince, 47, was the driver and Jessica Partridge, 26, were arrested and charged with possession of GHB with intention to distribute.
Following their arrest, narcotics agents from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office were contacted along with the Harris and Muscogee County Sheriffs’ Offices to conduct a search warrant at Prince’s resident in Lee County.
At the residence, methamphetamine, LSD, marijuana, and additional GHB were located.
Prince will also be facing charges in Lee County for the narcotics discovered during the search warrant.
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