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Lee County stops drugs before they hit the street

October 8, 2007

Lee County-  Lee County Sheriff's investigators stop a dangerous drug from making it to the streets. 

This is what Sheriff's Investigators confiscated from Michael Mobley's car Sunday, 16 ecstasy pills and a small amount of marijuana.

Mobley a MRS Homecare worker has been charged with possession with intent to distribute. 

"There's no telling how much he has sold in the days that we did not catch him and it's important to get this drug off the street because it has a very bad affect on people the very first time they take it,"Col. Duane Sapp, Lee County Sheriff's Office. 

Mobley was also charged with unlawful use of a communication facility which is a felony because he was setting up potential drug deals over the phone.

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