According to a report by Manchester Officer Ernie Colvin, police were asked to clear the Food Lion parking lot around 11:15 p.m. Sunday night. The officer was going from car to car asking drivers to leave the parking lot.
When Colvin walked up to one car he allegedly saw a large bag of marijuana and a purple grinder lying in the front floorboard of a car. Officers waited for the driver to return and around 11:15 p.m. a juvenile returned to the car. He told police that he saw the officers and had waited on them to leave.
Officers received consent to search the vehicle and when they checked the large baggie they found 18.8 grams of marijuana in the bag.
Officers also received permission to search a vehicle operated by Summer May, 18, of Grace Haven Court. Inside the vehicle, Manchester Police officers allegedly found 17 Hydrocodone pills and a plate with marijuana residue and plastic baggies.
May was transported to Coffee County Jail and charged with possession of schedule VI (marijuana) and simple possession. She was released after posting $6,000 bond and is to appear in Coffee County General Sessions Court Sept. 24.
The juvenile is to appear in juvenile court.
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