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Moody Airman arrested in drug bust

December 1, 2006

Valdosta - A Moody Airman is one of two people arrested in Valdosta on drug charges.

31-year-old Corrie Rudolph and Camille Rudolph were arrested Wednesday afternoon.

Police say they received a tip the couple had a SKS rifle in their car and were planning to shoot someone.

The police power squad located the couple and searched their car and home, finding 25 thousand dollars worth of cocaine and marijuana, two thousand dollars in cash, a hand gun and the rifle mentioned by the caller.

They are charged with drug possession with the intent to distribute.

Police are still investigating to find out if the couple planned to shoot someone.  "I hope it sends a message to anybody out there who thinks they can come into the city and shoot someone or even an allegation. We're going to jump on it right away and do everything in our power to stop those kinds of things from happening," says Capt. Brian Childress of the Valdosta Police.

Camille Rudolph is an airman at Moody.

She recently transferred from Texas.

Officials at Moody will wait for the outcome of the trial before taking any action.

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