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Colquitt Co. deputies make meth arrests

Top to bottom: Terry Harris, Sr., his wife Vanessa, and their son Justin. (Source: Colquitt Co. Sheriff's Office) Top to bottom: Terry Harris, Sr., his wife Vanessa, and their son Justin. (Source: Colquitt Co. Sheriff's Office)

July 19, 2005

Moultrie, Ga. -- Acting on a tip, the Colquitt County Drug Team served a warrant on the home of Terry Harris, Sr., and his wife Vanessa Harris on Sunday.

At 6:00AM, they saw the Harris' son, Justin standing near a fence, burning something. Agents found meth making materials in a barn on the Harris property, and detected a strong smell of meth manufacture.

Agents arrested 48-year-old Terry Harris, and charged him with manufacturing meth, possession of ephedrine, possession of meth, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

They also arrested 42-year-old Vanessa Harris, a third grade teacher at Odum Elementary School, and charged her with manufacturing meth, and possession of meth.

Their 18-year-old son, Justin, was charged with manufacturing meth, possession of ephedrine, and possession of meth.

Travis Wade Crawford, 33, of Lake Park, was arrested for manufacturing meth, possession of ephedrine, and possession of marijuana, less than one ounce.

Twenty-three-year-old Belinda Gail Cason, of Lake Park, was charged with manufacturing meth, and possession of ephedrine.

Twenty-two-year-old Donna Nichole Montgomery, of Moultrie, was charged with manufacturing meth, and possession of ephedrine.

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