Cops on look out

Published 9:09 pm Tuesday, July 9, 2013

An Atmore man is one of five persons still wanted for outstanding warrants in Baldwin County following a recent sweep of arrests dubbed, “Operation Return to Duty,” after Sgt. Curtis Summerlin, who recently returned to the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Department after being shot while on duty in November.



According to information from the sheriff’s department, Michael McGhee, 39 of Atmore, is still wanted on an unlawful possession of a controlled substance charge after drug task force agents, along with the U.S. Marshals Service, conducted a county-wide round-up of drug suspects Tuesday, July 2.

The14 suspects arrested were charged with simple possession, distribution and manufacturing of a controlled substance, according to a sheriff’s department report. All suspects were booked into the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Correction Center under bonds ranging from $1,000 to $41,000, sheriff’s officials said.

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McGhee is one of five men still at large. Other wanted suspects include: Javon Gregory, 20 of Bay Minette (possession of marijuana in the first degree); Dennis Brackin, 34 of Loxley (unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance); Johnny Parker Jr., 69 of Loxley (unlawful distribution of a controlled substance); Terry Shadrix, 46 of Magnolia Springs (unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance).

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of any of the men is asked to contact the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office. (251) 937-0202.