A woman on probation who was found with baggies of marijuana for resale during a law enforcement search of her home in July was sentenced Friday in DeKalb County Criminal Court.
37 year old Amanda Lynette Davis entered a plea to possession of a schedule VI drug (Marijuana) over half an ounce and she received a two year suspended sentence to be supervised by TDOC Community Corrections. The sentence is to run consecutive to another case against her.
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Sheriff Patrick Ray said that on Friday, July 7 a state probation officer and a DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department deputy went to Davis’ residence on McMinnville Highway to do a probation search and to pick her up on an active warrant. During the search, five black trash bags were found, all containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana. Each bag was labeled a different type of marijuana and the pot was still on the stems including THC Bomb, Strawberry Delight, Grape God, and Deep Cheese. Another plastic baggie was found with a green leafy substance weighing 1.15 ounces.
While the officers were conducting their search, Davis went to a truck outside the home and retrieved a glass pipe along with another plastic baggie containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana weighing 0.30 ounces.
Davis admitted during an interview with officers that the marijuana belonged to her and that she had grown the plants herself in the woods. Davis was placed under arrest.