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A Nashville man was arrested over the weekend after an off-duty law enforcement officer saw the man smoking methamphetamine in his vehicle while sitting at a red light in downtown Douglas.

According to officials with the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office, Christopher Cook of Nashville, Georgia, was spotted by an off-duty officer smoking what the officer believed to be an illegal substance out of a glass pipe.

The off-duty officer contacted police and followed Cook into the parking lot of Walmart.

When officers arrived, Cook consented to a search of his vehicle, where officers discovered a glass pipe and a quantity of methamphetamine.

Cook was arrested and booked into the Coffee County Jail on the charge of Possession of Methamphetamine.

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Office and Douglas Police Department’s Joint Drug Task Force made an additional arrest on Monday, August 27.

According to task force officials, Tschnauvia Williams was arrested on the charge of Sale of Cocaine after a search warrant was served at her home located at 60 Chadwick Street in Douglas.

Just last month Williams was arrested on Wednesday, July 18, on the charge of Possession of Schedule IV Controlled Substances With Intent To Distribute after task force officials discovered a quantity of Alprazolam, a Schedule IV controlled substance, that Williams unlawfully possessed.

The controlled substances were discovered during the execution of a search warrant at her home.



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