Police Track Down Meth Dealers

Police Track Down Meth Dealers

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Authorities have taken a pair of accused meth dealers off the streets of Mobile.

The Mobile County Sheriff's Office arrested Justin Boles and 48-year-old Terrie Ayala Thursday thanks to a tip submitted to police.

The tip indicated that Boles and Ayala were at the Motel 6 on the Beltline in Mobile. Boles had active warrants out for his arrest stemming from a previous meth lab.

When police arrived, they found Ayala, two meth labs, items used to manufacture methamphetamine and approximately $2000 worth of the drug.

Police later located Boles and Diana White, 32, on Cottage Hill Road. Both were taken into custody without incident.

Boles and Ayala face possession of a controlled substance, trafficking methamphetamine, and other charges. White is charged with hindering prosecution for her role in concealing Boles and other drug-related charges.




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