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BOSTON, GA (WALB) -

Narcotics agents discovered an incriminating clog in a kitchen sink in Thomas County.

Agents say 23-year old Kentavious Brinson was selling marijuana and cocaine from his house on Garret Street in Boston.

When they raided the home, they found several bags of powder cocaine and about a quarter pound of marijuana in the kitchen sink.

Brinson is charged with several drug offenses including cocaine and marijuana possession within a thousand feet of a housing project.

"It's government housing and there is a lot of kids there so the law is designed to combat that to give you extra penalties in case you are selling within those types of neighborhoods," said Narcotics Commander Kevin Lee.

Brinson was released from the Thomas County Jail on a $22,000 bond.

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