Two teens were killed in a car accident in Moultrie Friday.
According to Thomasville Georgia State Patrol (GSP) two teenagers were heading northbound on Hopewell Church Rd. when the driver lost control of the vehicle around 9 p.m. Friday.
GSP says that the driver lost control of the vehicle while following the road in a turn. The vehicle spun, struck a utility pole then flipped multiple times before stopping on the side of the road.
The two teenagers inside of the vehicle died from the car accident and were identified as 17-year-old Enrique Aguilar of Moultrie and 17-year-old Richard Esparza, also from Moultrie.
Esparza and Aguilar had played a game of soccer at the YMCA earlier in the evening and were apparently on their way home, according to the Georgia State Patrol. The driver lost control in about the 1400 block of Hopewell Church Road.
(Information from the Moultrie Observer)
Molly found in suspect’s bra
THOMASVILLE — The bright-blue substance resembling aquarium gravel retrieved from a female suspect’s bra at the Thomas County Jail is a synthetic substance sweeping the nation.
Meanwhile in the same drug case, a suspect devoured marijuana when approached by narcotics agents.
Thomas County/Thomasville Narcotics/Vice Division agents received a tip midmorning Thursday that Katie Marie Moler, driving a 1990s model white Mustang, would be in the Carroll Hill area in possession of molly, a Schedule I narcotic.
The Mustang turned into a store parking lot, with Moler 17, 210 Cassidy Road, at the wheel. Ramsey Joshua Ford, 24, 703 E. Clay St., was a front-seat passenger, with Quent Rashed Lankford, 24, 312 Law St., sitting on the back seat.
Read about what else Thomasville officers found inside the car at the Thomasville Times-Enterprise
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