Police find large drug stash in Marietta apartment
by Sarah Westwood
May 20, 2014 12:25 AM | 2843 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
William Kimball
William Kimball
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Cobb County police have issued a warrant for the arrest of William Kimball after they say they discovered an extensive stash of suspected illegal drugs at his Marietta apartment.

According to the warrant, Kimball was found to be in possession of an array of illicit substances and related paraphernalia when police searched his home May 9. Authorities say they discovered nearly four pounds of marijuana divided among several plastic bags strewn about the apartment, as well as a digital scale with marijuana residue on his kitchen table.

Police say they also seized 506 tablets of oxycodone hydrochloride, 257 tablets of alprazolam, nine tablets of diazepem, 19 doses of suboxone and five tablets of lorazepam from the residence, all of which were contained in unmarked pill bottles and various plastic baggies police say are commonly associated with drug dealing.

According to the criminal warrant, a single tablet of clonazepam — an anti-anxiety medication with muscle-relaxing and hypnotic effects — was found locked in a safe in Kimball’s bedroom.

Kimball has been charged with seven counts of possession with intent to distribute and one count of possession.

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