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NCSO arrests five on drug charges
Newton County Sheriff's Office

COVINGTON, Ga. - Members of the Newton County Sheriff’s Office’s Special Investigations Unit arrested five people on multiple drug charges Wednesday after going to a house to serve a warrant.

NCSO Sgt. Cortney Morrison told The Covington News the deputies went to the house at 3040 Lakeside Circle to serve a warrant on a woman who has used the address in the past.

Morrison said deputies smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the residence when the door was opened and got a search warrant. When they executed the search warrant, deputies found marijuana, pills, paraphernalia and cocaine.

Adrianna Goodwin, Karla Bishop, Ansley Mitchell, Shalonda Williams, and Quantez Johnson, were arrested  on multiple charges including possession of a Schedule I controlled substance, purchase/ possession/manufacture/ distribution or sale of marijuana, possession of a Schedule III controlled substance with intent to distribute and possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance.

According to the Newton County Jail booking reports, Goodwin is from Covington, Bishop and Williams list Conyers addresses, Mitchell is from Stone Mountain and Johnson has an Ellenwood address.