Calhoun County Journal logo

Weaver Police Department Makes Large Drug Arrest

Large drug arrest in the City of Weaver

Weaver, AL – On May 11, 2022, at approximately 8:05 pm, a Weaver police officer on patrol observed a silver Honda Accord driving Anniston Road. The officer initiated a traffic stop due to a minor infraction and made contact with the driver. During the course of the interaction the Weaver officer requested consent to search the vehicle. The driver did give voluntary consent and both the driver and passenger exited the vehicle.

Weaver Police Chief, Wayne Bush, said “During the search the officer was able to locate a large amount of suspected drugs.” The investigating officer was able to identify that the drugs were 23.8 grams of Heroin, 56 grams of Methamphetamine, Synthethic marijuana (Spice), Xanax, and drug paraphernalia. Jerome Charles Howard, 39, of Anniston, and Amber Reagan Guinn, 42, also from Anniston, were then taken into custody by the officer.

Drugs seized by Weaver Police Department
Photo Evidence of Drugs Seized During Traffic Stop. Photo courtesy of Weaver Police Department

Jerome Charles Howard arrested for narcotics violations
Jerome Charles Howard – photo courtesy of Calhoun County Jail

Jerome Charles Howard

Charges:

Trafficking Methamphetamine – Bond to be set

Trafficking Heroin – Bond to be set

Possession of Controlled Substance (suboxone) – Bond to be set

Possession of Controlled Substance (synthetic marijuana) – Bond to be set

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – Bond to be set


Amber Reagan Guinn arrested for narcotics violations
Amber Reagan Guinn – photo courtesy of Calhoun County Jail

Amber Reagan Guinn

Charges:

Trafficking Heroin – Bond to be set

Possession of Controlled Substance (suboxone) – Bond to be set

Possession of Controlled Substance (synthetic marijuana) – Bond to be set

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – Bond to be set


The vehicle was impounded and both Howard and Guinn were transported to the Calhoun County Jail without incident and are currently waiting to have a bond set by the courts. Chief Bush stated, “I am very proud of our officers working hard to keep the residents and businesses of Weaver safe.”

Paid Advertisement – Click for More Information

Paid for by Elect Keith Kelley

Paid Advertisement – Click for More Information

The Moon Jacksonville advertisement

Paid Advertisement – Click for More Information

Tammy Lewis Real Estate Agent - Advertisment

Paid Advertisement – Click for More Information