Two Weakley County men charged with conspiracy to sell meth
Two Weakley County men are now facing a conspiracy to sell meth charge after Officer Landon Callens with the Gleason Police Department received knowledge that a vehicle parked at Dollar General had illegal narcotics inside.
On Feb. 4 at 12:30 a.m., Callens observed a black Chrysler 200 parked in the Dollar General Parking lot in Gleason. Callens made contact with the two individuals inside, 24-year-old Brock Arnold from Dresden and 37-year-old Cordney Booker from Martin.
On the driver’s side of the vehicle, Callens observed a glass smoking pipe with white residue on the inside later discovered to be meth. The pipe was later claimed by Booker who was placed in the back of the patrol unit. Booker was asked if he placed anything in the back of the patrol unit and he said no, however, a search of the unit found a small plastic bag of white powder substance believed to be meth.
Information proved that Arnold and Booker had the intent to sell illegal narcotics to an individual.
Arnold was charged with conspiracy to sell Schedule II meth and Booker was charged with tampering with evidence times two, possession of drug paraphernalia meth related and criminal conspiracy to sell Schedule II meth.
DISCLOSURE: All information in this story came from the affidavits provided by Officer Landon Callens with the Gleason Police Department.