Half Pound Of Meth Crane Hill Arrests Draw Million Dollar Bonds

by | Mar 10, 2018 | Crime, Public Safety

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Half Pound Of Meth Crane Hill Arrests Draw Million Dollar Bonds

Cullman Narcotics Enforcement Team (CNET) agents seized 235.2 grams (a little over 1/2 pound) of methamphetamine on Friday.

CNET agents executed a search warranty along County Road 335 in the Crane Hill community. Specifically, it was at the home of Danny Miller near Miller Flats.

In addition to the hefty load of meth, the agents recovered $4,566 dollars in cash money.

Arrested in relation to this illegal drug cache were:

DANNY RAY TUCKER (50) of Crane Hill
BILLY WAYNE WARDEN (66) of Hayden
JIMMY ALLEN MICKLE (46) of Hayden

These men were transported to the Cullman County Detention Center where they were booked, processed, and charged with:

• Trafficking in methamphetamine
• Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

They remain held in jail on a one million US dollar bond.

Sheriff Matt Gentry weighed in after the arrest:

“I am glad these three are now behind bars, and we were able to recover that much meth before it was able to make it into the community.”

JIMMY ALLEN MICKLE (46) of Hayden
DANNY RAY TUCKER (50) of Crane Hill
BILLY WAYNE WARDEN (66) of Hayden
Bradley Williams

Bradley Williams

Communications Director

The information and booking photograph shown here has been provided by Cullman County Sheriff’s Office Communications Director Bradley Williams.

County Road 335 in Crane Hill

Half Pound Of Meth Crane Hill Arrests Draw Million Dollar Bonds

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