The Marshall County Drug Enforcement Unit released this list of people recently arrested on drug charges:

Adam Christopher Tomlin, 28, of Albertville, charged with driving under the influence and trafficking marijuana, arrested by Albertville Officer Banister after a wreck on Hambrick Street. Tomlin allegedly had 2.6 lbs. of marijuana in his possession.

Kenneth Lee Goins, 31, of Guntersville, charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of prescription drugs. He was arrested by the sheriff’s office’s Lt. Orr walking on Rock Store Road. He allegedly had methamphetamine, syringes, and suboxone strips, the drug unit said.

Martin Alan McCullen, 33, of Boaz, charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance by Albertville Police. Officer Banister responded to the parking lot of Hardee’s in reference to the suspect being passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle, the drug unit said. The officer allegedly located methamphetamine and arrested the suspect on the drug charge.

Derek Clayton McGill, 40, of New Hope, charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance, illegal possession of a prescription drug, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and carrying a pistol without a permit. Lt. Sorrell of the sheriff’s office conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Simpson Point Rd. and Hwy 431. During the traffic stop, Lt. Sorrell recovered meth, oxycodone, meth pipe, and a loaded pistol, the drug unit said. The suspect was then arrested on the listed charges.

Jesse Tyler Williams, 27, of Arab, charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia by Arab Police. Officer Willis conducted a traffic stop. During the traffic stop, Willis located meth and a meth pipe, the drug unit said.

Brandy Lashae Turner, 33, of Albertville, charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Groover conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Smith Rd. and Hwy 431. During the traffic stop, Groover located meth and a meth pipe, the drug unit said.

Angela Nicole Otinger, 50, of Guntersville, charged with promoting prison contraband by sheriff’s deputies. Deputy Castillo conducted a traffic stop on Otinger. Otinger had outstanding warrants for failure to appear on drug charges. Otinger was arrested and transported to the Marshall County jail. While at the jail, deputies found marijuana in Otinger’s possession, leading to the new charge, the drug unit said.

Jacob Matthew Glass, 22, of Arab, charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance.Deputy Barnhill conducted a traffic stop on Glass. During the traffic stop, Deputy Barnhill recovered heroin. Glass was then charged with possession, the drug unit said.

Dallas Wayne Parker, 27, of Albertville, was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance. Albertville Police Officer Lawrence responded to a suspicious person call at the Kings Inn. Upon making contact with Parker, he was arrested on outstanding warrants.During the on-scene investigation, Lawrence recovered meth and Parker was charged, the drug unit said.

Brian John Phillips, 47, of Albertville, charged with promoting prison contraband, possession of marijuana 2nd, possession of drug paraphernalia and attempting to elude. Deputy Castillo attempted to stop Phillips. Phillips sped away and was pursued by Castillo, the drug unit said. Phillips eventually came to a stop, fled on foot, and was apprehended. During the investigation, Castillo recovered glass pipes, meth, and marijuana and Phillips was charged.

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