On Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, the Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at Randy Floyd Evans’ residence at 2351 Old Maddox Rd., Hoschton, Georgia. The search warrant came after a month-long narcotics investigation revealed that Evans was selling various quantities of methamphetamine from his residence. During the search warrant, agents located a quantity of methamphetamine, marijuana and several drug-related objects (i.e. scales, pipes, baggies, etc.) throughout the residence. The following people were present at the residence and were charged with the following:
Randy Floyd Evans, 53, of Hoschton, possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana less than one ounce.
David James Stancil, 32, of Winder, possession of methamphetamine, giving false name and date of birth to law enforcement, failure to appear-Jackson County, and failure to appear-Barrow County.
Laura Ann Latimer, 27, of Jefferson, possession of methamphetamine.
Each of these people were transported to the Jackson County Detention Center. This investigation continues.
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The Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office is a multi-agency unit that consists of the following Sheriff’s Offices: White County, Lumpkin County, Towns County, Banks County, Habersham County, Stephens County, Rabun County, Franklin County, the Cleveland Police Department and the Lavonia Police Departement, along with the Georgia National Guard Counter Drug Task Force, the Department of Public Safety and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.