Meth Bust in Holmes County results in two arrests

Fredrick Allen Cooper

Fredrick Allen Cooper mug

Holmes County Sheriff's Office
Published: Thursday, November 29, 2012 at 10:31 AM.

BONIFAY — The Holmes County Sheriff’s Office reported the arrest of two suspects in a suspected meth lab bust on Wednesday, Nov. 28.

According to the report Holmes County Sheriff’s Office Investigators responded to a Bonifay address on Sod Road, related to a suspected methamphetamine lab.

Upon arrival, Investigators located a portable building on the property that was occupied by Tammy Anne Gomillion, 37, and Fredrick Allen Cooper, 25.

Investigators noticed a strong chemical odor emitting from the building and subsequently located the chemicals and elements used to manufacture methamphetamine inside the building. Both subjects were arrested and transported to the Holmes County Jail, charged with possession of listed chemicals and manufacturing methamphetamine.

Gomillion and Cooper will have their first appearance in court in the morning.

“We appreciate the information that we get from the citizens of Holmes County that helps us with controlling illegal drugs,” said Holmes County Sheriff Tim Brown.

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