Two more suspects are being sought in connection with a traffic stop that occurred over the Columbus Day weekend.
As reported yesterday on WSGC Radio, a traffic stop was initiated by a deputy with the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office in the Pulliam Mill Road area, where 43-year-old Sharon Roberts of Royston, GA was arrested on a Manufacturing Methamphetamine charge.
Investigator Lt. Terry Reese said the charge came from a blue substance located inside a jar found in the vehicle.
“It was inside the front compartment of the vehicle, I was called to the scene to help identify the bluish liquid inside of the jar”, he said. “I did conduct several field tests, and my tests did reveal that it was methamphetamine.
Since then, Roberts has been released from the Elbert County Detention Center, out on bond.
According to Reese, two male suspects were with Roberts, but fled the scene during the search of the vehicle.
One of the suspects is identified as 46-year-old Randall Parham; the other man was unable to be identified.
An active warrant is out for the arrest of Randal Parham on Manufacturing Methamphetamine charges.
Reese says they are asking the publics help to locate Parham and the other suspect.
“If anybody out in the community has information on the whereabouts of Randall Parham, if they would contact the Sheriff’s Office or 911, we would appreciate it”, said Reese.
You can contact the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office at (706) 283-2421 or the office’s tip line at (706) 213-8956.
You do not have to give your name.