Toccoa Man Arrested on Methamphetamine Charges
A 32-year-old Toccoa man faces multiple charges after Georgia State Patrol troopers stopped him on Sunday night.
According to the GSP, 32-year-old Anthony Nalley was arrested while troopers had a road stop set up at the intersection of Highpoint and Davis Avenues in Toccoa.
Authorities state that at about 9:15 p.m., Nalley failed to stop at the checkpoint and a trooper caught up with him a short time later.
The report from the GSP alleges that troopers found Nalley to be in possession of about 70 grams of methamphetamine and less than one ounce of marijuana.
The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office indicates warrants have been issued for Nalley’s arrest in connection with this incident on numerous charges.
Those charges, according to the GSP, include Trafficking Methamphetamine, Obstruction, Possession of Less than One Ounce of Marijuana, and numerous traffic charges.
The Georgia State Patrol also says a second person in the vehicle, Brittany Shirley, age unknown, of Toccoa, was charged with Possession of Less than One Ounce of Marijuana.