Thomasville Times Enterprise

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June 14, 2011

Theft investigation leads to meth arrest

THOMASVILLE — A theft investigation led to a methamphetamine arrest in Grady County Monday.

Joshua Adam Hooks, 26, 1392 Bold Springs Road, Ochlocknee, was arrested and charged with possession of meth (felony) and theft by taking (misdemeanor), according to Lt. Steve Clark, Grady County Sheriff’s Office chief investigator.

“The deputy made contact with him and, while working the investigation regarding the possible stolen cell phone, the deputy spoke with Hooks and conducted a search of his person,” Clark said.

Hooks was at Grady County Jail Tuesday afternoon awaiting arraignment.

Read the complete story in Wednesday's edition of the Times-Enterprise.

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