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December 22, 2005

Thomasville, Georgia-- Thousands of dollars of crack cocaine is off the streets of Thomasville.

Drug agents found it Wednesday night when they served a warrant at 433 West Monroe Street. They found more than six ounces of crack, and a some marijuana packaged for sale.

"A lot of people aren't capable of having that kind of amount. He had it cut up into 20 dollar pieces, 50 dollar pieces, hundred dollar pieces, quarter cookies, quarter ounces," says Drug Squad Commander, Kevin Lee.

Agents say the crack alone was worth about $20,000. They arrested Michael King, Jackie Hayes, and Fred Hardy and charged them with trafficking cocaine and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

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