Troup County Sheriff's Office arrests three people in Cocaine and Meth drug bust

An undercover operation led to the arrest of three individuals on January 16 involved in dealing Cocaine and Methamphetamine in Northern Troup County. 

Troup County Sheriff's Office received assistance from LaGrange Police Department, Hogansiville Police Department, and West Metro Drug Enforcement Office. 

Kevin Maurice Parham was charged with Trafficking Cocaine, Interference with Government Property, Fleeing and Attempting to Elude, Failure to Maintain Lane, and Reckless Driving. Parham was involved in a police chase leading into Meriwether County. 

The second suspect, Andre Mandrell Smith of LaGrange,  was charged with Trafficking Cocaine and Obstruction of a Law Enforcement Officer. Officers say they seized approximately two ounces of crack cocaine. Smith was arrested at 1890 East Main Street in Hogansville. 

In a second unrelated incident, Gregory Deante Alford was arrested and charged with Trafficking Methamphetamine and Unlawful Use of Communications Facilities. Alford possessed approximately nine ounces of Methamphetamine in five clear plastic bags. 

Officers say they are not releasing any further information at this time. 




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