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Arrests made in Sycamore meth bust

By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

January 5, 2008

SYCAMORE, GA (WALB) - Three people are in the Turner County jail after a traffic stop led to a drug bust over the weekend. Exit 80 off Interstate-75 was shut down for hours after the discovery.

35-year-old William Kelly Sager of Indiana was arrested after an officer approached him Saturday night because one of his headlights wasn't working.

Sager did not have a driver's license. He did have a bag of syringes on him. That lead to a K-9 search of the vehicle where they found a bottle filled with a chemical used to make meth.

27-year-old Nathan Kyle Wheatley of Florida and 25-year-old Jonna Christine Winemiller of Indiana were also in the truck and arrested.

All face charges of possesion of methamphetamine and anhydrous ammonia.

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