A Grady farmer recently contacted the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department after finding two trash bags containing drugs and cell phones on his property.
Kenneth Robinson, 68, told responding Deputy Cody Jackson that he first noticed the bags on September 23rd at his farm located at 76 Cotton Lane but he thought it was a delivery for the farm.
However, upon closer inspection of the bags the following day, he thought they contained drugs.
“Mr. Robertson stated the bags were left in front of the bay door to the shop,” Jackson said in his report. “Mr. Robertson stated when he opened the bag he noticed it was some drugs and notified the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.”
One of the bags contained four bags of white crystal substance that field-tested positive for methamphetamine, weighing a total of 81.8 grams, according to Jackson’s report. There was also a green leafy substance that field-tested positive for marijuana weighing a total of 92.21 grams, the report stated. In the other bag was 11 plastic bags containing a brown leafy substance believed to be tobacco weighing a total of 4201.26 grams in addition to 16 bags of a green leafy substance believed to be synthetic marijuana weighing a total of 384.71 grams, the report stated.
“Packaged along with all this were also 19 cell phones. The items will be turned into evidence for further investigation,” Jackson said in his report.