$40K of pure meth taken off the street

Over a pound of meth with an estimated street value of $40,000 along with an assortment of guns, ammo, spoons and needles and other paraphernalia was confiscated during a raid on a house in Glen Allen on Saturday, Feb. 9.

Michael Motes
Tasha Motes

WINFIELD -  Methamphetamine with a street value of $40,000 was taken off the streets after agents with the Alabama Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at a house in Glen Allen in the early morning hours of Saturday, Feb. 9.
The warrant lead to the confiscation of 16.4 ounces of methamphetamine, three handguns, three long guns and various types of drug paraphernalia,

including spoons and needles, said Lt. Rusty Hulsey of the Winfield Police Department.
Michael Dwayne Motes, 43, and his wife Tasha Lynn Motes, 36, were taken into custody without incident at about 2 a.m., at 246 Twin Street North. The residence is in Glen Allen near the post office but has a Winfield address, Hulsey said.


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