Winston County Sheriff’s Office arrests two in alleged meth distribution case

From l-r: Winston County Sheriff’s Office investigators Caleb Snoddy and Jacob Eward, Winston County Sheriff Horace Moore, Chief Deputy Brett Rodgers and Deputy Josh Silas.

DOUBLE SPRINGS  - A traffic stop conducted by the Winston County Sheriff’s Office yielded a good supply of methamphetamine, as well as two arrests of  defendants known by law enforcement as repeat offenders.
Maxwell Lance Sanders, 49, of 4783 County Road 32, Double Springs, was charged with felony possession of a firearm, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana second degree and possession of drug paraphernalia, noted Sheriff’s Office Investigator Jacob Eward.
Amanda Lea Camp, 35, of 259 Bower Road, Haleyville - a passenger in the vehicle driven by Sanders - was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, Eward stated.
“Even with everything going on, we will continue to work narcotics in Winston County,” Eward assured the public. “We will continue to put people in jail.
“We were able to get a large amount of meth off the street,” Eward added. “I’m very proud to continue to protect and serve the people of Winston County.”


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