DTF arrests 2 for drug trafficking

Published 1:23 am Saturday, July 2, 2016

An Andalusia pair was arrested this week for trafficking synthetic marijuana.

Drug Task Force Agent Greg Jackson said that agents ended a drug investigation by executing a search warrant at the home of Cornelius Trayvon Marshall and Jasmine Justine Hall, located on Cadiz Street, in Andalusia.

Jackson said that a search of the residence revealed several ounces of synthetic marijuana.

Both Hall and Marshall were charged with drug trafficking and possession of drug paraphernalia.

They were being held on a $270,000 bond each.

Jackson said that Leona Coon was also at the residence at the time the warrant was executed and she was found to be in possession of cocaine.

She was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.

Amanda Crenshaw was also at the home, and agents allegedly found her to be in possession of marijuana. She was charged with possession of marijuana II.

Jackson said that agents were assisted by the Covington County Incident Response Team.

“Synthetic narcotics are taking over our communities and are causing serious health problems and even deaths,” Jackson said.

Anyone with information to help fight the drug war in the county is asked to call 222-3532.