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Bay County Sheriff’s Office Arrests Mosley Students on Various Drug Charges
01/13/10 - 04:50 PM
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Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen announced the arrest of four students at Mosley High School today, January 13, 2009 on drug charges.

School Resource Deputies developed information that student James Messick was selling prescription pills on campus. Deputies spoke to Messick, a senior, and found he was carrying a homemade “menu” of the pills he had for sale. Messick had taped the pills to a piece of paper with the name of the pill printed next to it and was using the “menu” to display the pills to potential buyers.

Further investigation lead deputies to three other senior students at Mosley. One student, Frances Calhoun, attempted to discard the bag of pills she had into the purse of another student when she was called out of class. Her attempt was detected when the student found the bag and gave it to the teacher. Two other students were questioned and found to be in possession of marijuana and pills. One student, Kevin Hilty, a juvenile, gave consent for SRD’s to search his vehicle and Marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found.

Arrested was James Messick, DOB 12/02/91, of 1218 Bob Little Road, Springfield, and charged with Delivery of a Legend Drug and Possession with Intent to Deliver (Clonazepam); Frances Calhoun, DOB 10/09/91, of 2922 Clearview Avenue, Panama City, on two charges of Possession of Controlled Substance (Clonazepam and Adderol)); and Possession of a Legend Drug; Gerald C. Miller DOB 6/11/91, 9034 Tracy Way, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance (Clonazepam); and Kevin Hilty, DOB 3/12/92, 5029 Indian Bluff Drive, Panama City, on charges of Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Deliver and Possession of Paraphernalia.

A fifth student, also a senior, has been taken by parents to a local hospital after admitting to ingesting one of the pills. His condition is unknown at this time.

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