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May 19, 2005

Albany -- A Monroe High School football player and two other men are arrested on drug charges.

 Dougherty County Sheriff's Deputies seized more than two pounds of pot in raids on Dunes Drive and Moultrie Road. They arrested 23 year old Corey Davis, 19 year old Sherod Hodges and the football player, 18 year old Darrian Fedd.

Dougherty County Sheriff's Office Investigator Lt. Craig Dodd said "Two pounds is a pretty good size dealer. I wouldn't say they were major dealers, but they are obviously in contact with major dealers, if they are able to get this quantity."

All three are in the Dougherty County jail .

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