Three Arrested After Search of a Monroe Dunn home

October 18, 2013

A search for a suspect wanted on Manufacturing Methamphetamine at a Dewy Rose home, lands three more Elbert County residents in jail for drug charges.

According to Investigator Lt. Terry Reese, officers from the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office and State Probation executed a search warrant at a Monroe Dunn home.

Officers were looking for 46-year-old Randall Parham, who is wanted on Manufacturing Methamphetamine charges, after he fled the scene of a traffic stop.

“Who we were looking for since Friday was possible of hiding at that residence, I also had information that illegal narcotics were being used and sold from that residence as well” says, Reese.

Parham was not at the residence, but Reese said they located a quantity of meth and drug related objects.

“We located numerous quantities of crystal meth, just located throughout the residence. Also during the search we located loaded syringes, scales, which are primarily used for the weighing of illegal narcotics” says, Reese.

Arrested at the scene was 49-year-old Catherine Craft and 47-year-old Anthony Lloyd both of the Monroe Dunn address.

Both are facing one count of Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute.

A third person, 21-year-old Jonathon Christian from Dewy Rose, was also arrested on a Possession of Methamphetamine charge and Parole Violation.

All three were transported to the Elbert County Detention Center after their arrests, where all three currently remain in custody.

At this time bond has not been set or posted.