WAYNESBORO, Va. (NEWSPLEX) — The Waynesboro Police Department confirms it arrested three people during a drug bust last week.

The raid happened on Friday afternoon at a house on Mason Street in Waynesboro.SpitlerJacqueline+NicoleScottCharlotte+Louise

Three people were arrested and charged during the bust: 23-year-old Justin Edward Bailey of Afton, 30-year-old Jacqueline Nicole Spitler of Batesville, and 57-year-old Charlotte Louise Scott who owned the home that was raided.

Police say during the raid, they found marijuana, meth, more than $1,800 in cash and something the police force has never seen before: rectal suppositories that had trace Meth+Pic1amounts of methamphetamine.

Police say they were led to the house, following a DUI arrest a few days earlier.

In that arrest, police detained and charged 31-year-old Jerome Kerby Cauls of Waynesboro.

According to police, the arrest happened after Cauls was seen driving erratically.

Police searched Cauls car and found more than $400 in cash, digital scales, suspected marijuana and a revolver inside.

Cauls is being held without bond at Middle River Regional Jail. Scott is being held on a $1,000 bond. Spitler and Bailey were released.

 

 

 

 

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