Thursday, June 1, 2023

Traffic stop goes poorly for Javier Mendoza Corral

Fayette County Georgia deputies clocked a Mercedes-Benz traveling 87 mph in a 50 mph zone on May 21. The stench of pot gave cops a reason to search. They found a large stash of drugs, including meth, cocaine, crack cocaine and pot, as well as a loaded handgun, and weigh scales. Cops say that felony drug arrests have increased 136% in the last year. "One reason is the open border. Drugs just continue to flow over the border."

Prices of crack have imploded due to increased supply and that is causing a serious rise in busts. Javier Mendoza Corral remains caged in the Fayette County Jail.