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October 19, 2005
Press Release from the South Central Drug Task Force

Fitzgerald-- Agents with the South Central Drug Task Force arrested Terry Lynn Miller, age 54, of Fitzgerald, last Friday.

Miller was on parole and was arrested based on a parole warrant issued by the Fitzgerald Parole Office. A search of Mr. Miller after his arrest resulted in the recovery of one piece of crack cocaine.

After a search of Mr. Miller's residence, he was transported to the Ben Hill LEC. Mr. Miller will be charged for the Possession of Controlled Substance.

Assisting the SCDTF Agents were: Ranger Mike Kicklighter, DNR, Officer Hines Taylor, Fitzgerald Probation, and Officer Doug Douglas, Fitzgerald PD.

The South Central Drug Task Force would like to ask the citizens of Ben Hill, Wilcox, and Irwin Counties to call the TIPS LINE at (229) 424-0000 to leave information on drug activity in their communities. All information is confidential.

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