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Two People Behind Bars After Sheriffs Find Drugs

Two people are behind bars Thursday night after sheriffs found drugs in their home.

Clay County Sheriff Kenny Lemons, and several deputies executed a search warrant at a home in the 100 block of South Angelina St. around 7:30a.m.  They said they found several syringes, including one filled with meth.  They also found marijuana leaves and a crystal substance in baggies, which authorizes said tested positive for meth.

Joshua Shane Thames, 32, and Krisha Lynette Wolf, 34, are both charged with Unlawfully Possessing a Controlled Substance.

They are in the Clay County Detention Center and both of their bonds have not been set at this time.
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