2012-10-31 / Front Page

Traffic stop results in drug arrest Jenkins County Family Enrichment Center receives BI-LO Charities grant

By Deborah Bennett
Millen News editor


Shown during the presentation of a BI-LO Charity Classic grant to Jenkins County Family Enrichment Center are, from left, BI-LO Eastern Region RVP Rusty Streetman, BI-LO Store Director Terry Ivey and JCFEC Director Mandy Underwood. (Photo contributed) Shown during the presentation of a BI-LO Charity Classic grant to Jenkins County Family Enrichment Center are, from left, BI-LO Eastern Region RVP Rusty Streetman, BI-LO Store Director Terry Ivey and JCFEC Director Mandy Underwood. (Photo contributed) A routine traffic stop by the Millen Police Department on Oct. 24 resulted in the arrest of Stephen Lee Graham on drug charges.

The MPD reports that Graham ran from the scene of the traffic stop, but was apprehended by officers. A large amount of drugs was discovered as a result of the traffic stop.

Graham is charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine and obstruction of officers, a felony.

Jenkins County Family Enrichment Center is the recipient of funds raised from the 2012 BI-LO Charity Classic golf tournament. JCFEC Director Mandy Underwood expressed appreciation to former Millen BI-LO Store Manager Buddy Saxon for his assistance in securing the grant for JCFEC.

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