On Thursday, Aug. 25, the Franklin County Narcotics Unit obtained a search warrant for a house on Cornelius Rizer Street, in Apalachicola, and upon its execution, made contact with the suspect, Roger G Williams, 29.

 

He was placed under arrest after attempting to flee the residence through a bedroom window.

 

During the search of the residence, a variety of drugs and paraphernalia were discovered, including multiple scales, a marijuana grinder, as well as a fully loaded .357 revolver. The drugs found included marijuana, heroin, Ecstasy, powdered and crack cocaine, and methamphetamine.

 

During the search, law enforcement officers found a purse belonging to a Tonya Fowler, 30, Apalachicola, and inside found multiple empty pill bottles, including one for clonazepam, commonly known as Klonopin, as well as drug paraphernalia. The prescription bottles did not belong to either Fowler or Williams.

 

Police said a partially smoked marijuana cigarettes was found where Fowler claimed to have been sleeping. Not at home at the time of the search, she was arrested after returning to the residence.

 

Williams is being charged with the possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm by convicted felon in commission of a felony, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance - heroin, possession of a controlled substance – MDMA (Ecstasy), possession of a controlled substance – powder cocaine, possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine, and possession of a controlled substance – crack cocaine.

 

Williams also had outstanding warrants for sale of a controlled substance, kidnapping to inflict bodily harm or terrorize, attempted sexual battery, and failure to appear. Williams is also being arrested on three separate charges for sale of a controlled substance.

 

Fowler is being charged with possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance – clonazepam.

 

 

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Roger G. Williams

 

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Tonya Fowler

 

Drug assortment seized in Apalachicola bust

On Thursday, Aug. 25, the Franklin County Narcotics Unit obtained a search warrant for a house on Cornelius Rizer Street, in Apalachicola, and upon its execution, made contact with the suspect, Roger G Williams, 29.

He was placed under arrest after attempting to flee the residence through a bedroom window.

During the search of the residence, a variety of drugs and paraphernalia were discovered, including multiple scales, a marijuana grinder, as well as a fully loaded .357 revolver. The drugs found included marijuana, heroin, Ecstasy, powdered and crack cocaine, and methamphetamine.

During the search, law enforcement officers found a purse belonging to a Tonya Fowler, 30, Apalachicola, and inside found multiple empty pill bottles, including one for clonazepam, commonly known as Klonopin, as well as drug paraphernalia. The prescription bottles did not belong to either Fowler or Williams.

Police said a partially smoked marijuana cigarettes was found where Fowler claimed to have been sleeping. Not at home at the time of the search, she was arrested after returning to the residence.

Williams is being charged with the possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm by convicted felon in commission of a felony, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance - heroin, possession of a controlled substance – MDMA (Ecstasy), possession of a controlled substance – powder cocaine, possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine, and possession of a controlled substance – crack cocaine. 

Williams also had outstanding warrants for sale of a controlled substance, kidnapping to inflict bodily harm or terrorize, attempted sexual battery, and failure to appear. Williams is also being arrested on three separate charges for sale of a controlled substance.

Fowler is being charged with possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance – clonazepam. – By DAVID ADLERSTEIN