One arrest led to another on drug charges this week.
According to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office, Lt. Todd Wheetley and Lt. Jared Nichols went to the Phillips Road home of Douglas Lunsford, 43, Monday. He was being sought on a felony drug warrant in a BPD case. The investigators spotted a five gallon bucket with a marijuana plant outside the home, then noticed an open shed with remnants of a marijuana grow. Tin foil strips with suspected meth residue were also found. It was learned Lunsford had purchased pseudoephedrine earlier in the day. Lunsford was later found by Cpl.
Patrick Crawford at Teresa Mclean’s South Pear Street home.
Upon questioning, Lunsford said he delivered the pseudoephedrine to Mclean, 44, who is out on bond for meth charges. A meth reaction vessel, hypodermic needle, digital scales and other items used to make meth were found at her home.
Mclean was charged with manufacture of meth and possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana. She is in custody with bond set at $21,000.
Lunsford was charged with cultivation of marijuana, possession of meth and possession of over 20 grams of marijuana. He is being held on an $11,000 bond.