LMJD Task Force Arrests Four After Toddler Found in Marijuana Smoke
Written by Jimmy Holbrook   
Friday, 27 January 2017

The Lookout Mountain Drug Task Force made four arrests this week at a home in Lafayette after finding a toddler in a thick cloud of marijuana smoke.

A probation officer was making a required visit to the home on Round Pond Road in Walker County when he found a three year old “in the presence of thick marijuana smoke in the home.”

The Lookout Mountain Drug Task Force found around $2,000 worth of marijuana along with “hash”, crystal meth and an unidentified substance that will require lab analysis.

Fifty-year-old Lanie Sue Webb, twenty-seven-year-old James Wayne Webb, twenty-three-year-old Roy David Queen and twenty-one-year-old Alexandria Deziree Dill were all arrested and charged with possession with the intent to distribute and other drug-related charges.

Lookout Mountain Drug Task Force serves the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit which includes Walker, Catoosa, Dade and Chattooga Counties. 


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Last Updated ( Thursday, 26 January 2017 )