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A Safer Neighborhood After Drug Bust in Itawamba County

FULTON, Miss.–Meth, pot, cocaine and prescription pills were some of the drugs that were being sold in Fulton, and some of that close to a church. Thanks to a drug bust this week, the neighborhood is a lot safer, say police.

The Itawamba County Sheriff’s Dept. joined up with the North Miss. Narcotics Unit and Fulton Police to bust seven people who they believe were selling the drugs.

The sheriff’s department said the following people were charged:

Amiya Hinton, Dorsey, charged with sale of methamphetamine, sale of cocaine and sale of marijuana; Carla Sharp, of Fulton, charged with sale of Alprazolam; Connie Rollins Walton, of Dorsey, charged with conspiracy to sell methamphetamine; Charles Sartin,  of Tremont, charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell; Johnathan Peaser, of Fulton, charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell; Andrew Bush, of Fairview,  charged with possession of methamphetamine; Derrell Crayton, of Fulton, charged with sale of crack cocaine within 1500 feet of a church.

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