Dangerous drugs found in home near Addison Schools

Pictured above are some of the drugs vapes and other items found in a home on Palmera Drive near Addison High School. Note that the colorful packages that appear to be candy are actually THC gummies, which could easily be misconstrued as harmless candy by young children, making them especially dangerous. (Courtesy photo)

ADDISON      - Law enforcement is outraged that a major drug distributor living only feet from Addison High School, has been providing illegal drugs to juveniles in the community.
A joint effort by the Addison Police Department and Winston County Sheriff’s Office led to a search warrant conducted at 315 Palmera Drive, where  Glynnes Noel Williams, 36,  and Alexander Ray Alexander, 25, both of that address, were taken into custody on numerous drug-related charges, according to Addison Police Chief Brett Rodgers.
Williams has been charged with unlawful distribution of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.
Charges pending against Williams include chemical endangerment of a child, selling narcotics within a school zone and possession of marijuana first degree, law enforcement said.
Alexander has been charged with possession of marijuana first degree, possession of drug paraphernalia and dangerous drugs/drug sale near school, Rodgers added.
Charges pending against Alexander include distribution of a controlled substance to a minor under age 18, Rodgers added.
Cases against Williams and Alexander are being turned over to the Winston County grand jury, according to law enforcement officials.



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