This story was updated at 4:40 p.m. with additional information from police.
Headland police made their largest drug bust and possibly the largest in Henry County.
Michael Christopher Jackson, Sean Stewart, and Kaylee James were arrested when police pulled them over on Highway 431 for not wearing their seatbelts. They were heading from Georgia to Panama City.
Police say they found 375 grams of meth along with bath salts, heroin, cocaine and Xanax in the car.
“The air breather was gone and it was full of drugs. So we have now obtained a search warrant, we have seized the vehicle and we have it in the inpound lot. We’ve got a search warrant to go back in the vehicle because we found certain other compartments in the vehicle that have been altered with, and we haven’t gotten into yet. So there may be other drugs in the vehicle," said Headland Police Chief Mark Jones.
Police say numerous drivers’ licenses, credit cards and gift cards were also found in the car. Jackson is facing the most charges and is being held on 652-thouand dollars bond.
Headland, AL - On June 3 at approximately 3 p.m. the Headland Police Department conducted a traffic stop on US 431.
During the stop, officers found in the vehicle approximately 375 grams of methamphetamine, 75 grams of Bath Salts, half a gram of heroin,half gram of cocaine, 47-and-a-half Xanax pills, numerous drug paraphernalia and needles. Numerous drivers' licenses, credit cards and gift cards were also found.
Michael Christopher Jackson, 35, of Morro, Ga. was arrested. Jackson was charged with trafficking in methamphetamine, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, giving false information to law enforcement, trafficking in stolen Identity, two counts of illegal possession of credit cards, and chemical endangerment to a child.
Sean Stewart, 27, of Griffin, Ga. was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance.
Kaylee James, 20, of Griffin, Ga. was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance.
All subjects were booked into the Henry County Jail. A 2000 BMW was also seized and impounded. A search has been obtained to research the vehicle for further drugs and items.
$3864.00 was also seized during this investigation.
Total Bonds are as listed:
Michael Christopher Jackson; $652,000
Sean Stewart; $15,000