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Alabama man gets 10 years in prison for trafficking 55 grams of cocaine


Cobb District Attorney Flynn Broady Jr.’s office announced that a Dothan, Alabama man, Timothy O’brien Crews, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for trafficking 55 grams of cocaine.

Broady’s office said that Crews, 49, pleaded guilty to trafficking cocaine, possessing methamphetamine with intent to distribute, and possessing a controlled substance with intent to distribute.

Cobb police were called about a suspicious person at the Lakemont Campground in Cobb on Oct. 8, 2020. They met with a man later identified as Crews. 

Broady said, “While speaking with Crews, officers observed a large package of suspected controlled substances protruding from Crews’ pants. When confronted, Mr. Crews responded, ‘these aren’t my pants.'”

The substances in Crews’ possession was identified by the GBI to be 55 grams of cocaine, approximately three grams methamphetamine and 585 pills of oxycodone. 


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