After a two-month long series of operations and search warrants, a man and woman are now behind bars charged with trafficking crystal methamphetamine from out of state into the Mobile area.
In conjunction with Homeland Security Investigations and the Alabama National Guard Counterdrug, the Mobile County Street Enforcement Narcotics Team Unit (MCSENT) concluded the investigation on March 2, 2017 with successful apprehension of the final suspect during a sting operation in the Theodore area.
Henry Busch, 50, was arrested and faces two counts of trafficking methamphetamine, carrying a pistol without a permit, and federal drug and gun charges.
The other suspect, Molly Hargrove, is in custody in Baldwin County. Hargrove rammed several vehicles in attempting to flee from Baldwin County narcotics officers before being arrested. She is charged with trafficking methamphetamine and has federal drug charges.
MCSENT officers seized a total of over 13 ounces of crystal methamphetamine from the suspects during the investigations in Theodore, Semmes and Dauphin Island Parkway. A pistol and motorcycle were also seized.