DTF seeks help locating suspects
The 22nd Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force has obtained warrants for three people as a result of an ongoing investigation following the execution of a search warrant in July at Boing Boing Design, and seeks the public’s help in locating two of the suspects.
Boing Boing Design is located on East Three Notch Street in Andalusia. During the search of the business, Drug Task Force Agents recovered a large amount of illegal narcotics. As a result, they have warrants for:
- Frederick Everette for conspiracy to traffic a controlled substance, with bond set at $250,000. Everette is currently incarcerated in the Lowndes County Jail and will be extradited to Covington County.
- Tracy King, for conspiracy to traffic a controlled substance, with bond set at $250,000.
- Litisha Robinson, for trafficking a controlled substance, with bond set at $250,000.
King and Robinson have not been arrested at this time. Anyone who has information of their location is asked to contact the Drug Task Force at 334-222-3532, or the local law enforcement agency where the suspect is located.
A DTF spokesperson said the investigation is ongoing and more arrests are expected.
Andalusia Police Chief Paul Hudson said, “We appreciate the work of DTF officers in helping us get drugs off the street and keep our community safe.”
The Drug Task Force was assisted by the Andalusia Police Department, Covington County Sheriff’s Department, the District Attorney’s Office and ALEA SBI.