K9 sniffs out Drugs in Rabun Co.

Thanks to a K9 Officer, drugs have been taken off the streets in Rabun County.  On Feb. 18, 2020, a deputy of the Rabun County Sheriff’s Office conducted a traffic stop on a 2003 Lexus 470 for an expired tag.  During the traffic stop, K9 Doug was deployed to search the vehicle. Six green pills with M15 on them suspected of being opium and two plastic baggies containing suspected methamphetamine were discovered in the vehicle.  The driver, 41-year-old Amanda Kay Crump of Clayton, was arrested for possession of a schedule II controlled substance, manufacture, distribute, deliver, administer, sell, or possess a controlled substance, and expired tag.  She was booked into the Rabun County Detention Center on the three charges.