Two people from Albany, Georgia, have been arrested and face multiple drug trafficking charges after a traffic stop by Eufaula police department officers and assisting agencies.
According to reports, on Monday, May 20, officers with the Alabama Drug Enforcement Task Force, Eufaula Police Department, Houston County Sheriff’s Department, Enterprise Police Department and the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department conducted a traffic stop on Veteran’s Parkway in Eufaula. Seized during the stop was 224 grams of methamphetamine, six grams of heroin and several weapons.
EPD Chief Steve Watkins reported that the vehicle carrying the pair was stopped during a probable cause traffic stop.
Arrested in connection with the traffic stop and the narcotics recovered was Dontavious Sherrell Calloway, 25, of Albany, Georgia. Calloway has been charged with trafficking methamphetamine, trafficking heroin, two counts of chemical endangerment of a child, two counts of reckless endangerment, attempting to elude, attempted assault second degree, and certain persons forbidden to possess a firearm.
Also arrested was Nyasia Monique Telfair, 23, of Albany, Georgia. Telfair’s charges include trafficking methamphetamine, trafficking heroin, and two counts of chemical endangerment of a child.
Two juveniles, ages one and three years old, were in the vehicle at the time of stop in Eufaula. Barbour County DHR was contacted to take charge of the children.
Calloway and Telfair are incarcerated in the Eufaula City Jail awaiting a bond hearing. All persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a Court of Law.