Cherokee Co. Deputies Arrest Three for Trafficking Meth
October 25, 2017 Share

Cherokee Co. Deputies Arrest Three for Trafficking Meth

 PHOTO: (Left to Right) Jacob C. Hill, 28 of New Hope, Keondrick I. Patterson, 20 of Huntsville, and Katherine Antenor, 20 of Huntsville were arrested on drug and weapon charges after being found in possession of meth and a handgun during a traffic stop. (Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office)

By Staff Reports 

CENTRE, Ala.— According to Cherokee County Sheriff Jeff Shaver: Three suspects were arrested on U.S. Highway 411 just north of Centre on Tuesday, October 24, 2017, afternoon for trafficking methamphetamine.

Meth and Handgun recovered. (Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office)

Sgt. Gene Knowles, assisted by Investigator Jeremy Stepps, stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation.  The deputies located a large amount of methamphetamine and a handgun inside the vehicle and took three suspects into custody.

Jacob C. Hill, 28 of New Hope and Keondrick I. Patterson, 20 of Huntsville were both charged with trafficking methamphetamine, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, and certain persons prohibited to possess a pistol. Katherine Antenor, 20 of Huntsville was charged with trafficking methamphetamine, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, and carrying a pistol without a permit. Deputies later learned two of the suspects are currently on bond from Madison County, Patterson for attempted murder and Hill for drug trafficking.

Sheriff Jeff Shaver said the arrests were made while Sgt. Gene Knowles was working overtime on the traffic safety grant that began October 1st.

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