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  • Written by  Jackson County Sheriff’s Office

From Jackson County Sheriff’s Office

On Thursday October 20, 2016, Investigators with the Jackson County Drug Task Force made contact with Jeffrey Wayne Butler in reference to an outstanding warrant for his arrest. Investigators placed Butler under arrest   and conducted a search of his person before being transported to the County Jail. During the search, Investigators located approximately 22 grams of suspected crystal methamphetamine along with vials and baggies used to package and distribute methamphetamine. A glass smoking pipe was also located which contained  suspected  methamphetamine residue.

As a result, Jeffrey Wayne Butler is additionally being charged with Trafficking  Methamphetamine and  Possession  of Drug Paraphernalia.

Sheriff Lou Roberts and the Jackson  County Drug Task  Force are   committed to continuing to rid our community of any and all dangerous   drugs and will continue to target and actively pursue anyone who chooses to manufacture,  deliver, transport, distribute, and possess illegal narcotics in   our County.

Sheriff Roberts encourages anyone to assist us in this endeavor by reporting any and all suspicious activity and information by calling the Jackson  County Sheriffs Office at 850-482-9624 or Chipola Crime Stoppers at 850- 526-5000.

Arrested: Jeffrey Wayne Butler, male 36 years of age, Cottondale, Florida

Charges: Trafficking methamphetamine possession of drug paraphernalia

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