MOULTRIE, Ga. — Jonathan Hill, 33, was charged Feb. 7 with possession of meth.
According to Drug Team Investigator Channing McDowell, Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to Edmondson Road in reference to a white male knocking on people’s doors and asking the tenants for things.
Upon arrival, deputies observed a blue PT Cruiser parked in the middle of the road with a white male apparently sleeping inside. The subject was identified as Hill, who told deputies that his car had broken down. After talking to Hill, deputies looked into the windows of the car and McDowell said they saw methamphetamine inside on the seats.
Hill told the deputies that he had swallowed “a lot of dope” and needed to be taken to the hospital “or he would die.” However, when they got to the hospital, Hill refused treatment and was escorted to the county jail, McDowell said.
Deputies searched the vehicle and found meth scattered all over the vehicle, according to McDowell, “like confetti.” Deputies were unable to collect all of the methamphetamine, and so the vehicle was towed to the impound lot. McDowell applied for a search warrant for the vehicle and executed a search where he said even more meth was uncovered as well as digital scales, sandwich baggies and two glass smoking pipes, one of which contained meth inside.