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Law makes dual meth busts

A convicted meth cook was arrested Monday morning for manufacturing meth at his 281 Log Cabin Road address.
Law enforcement officers from the parole board, Screven County Sheriff’s Office and Effingham County Sheriff’s Office conducted a search at 45-year-old Dennis “Dink” Godbee’s address after tips had been received and corroborated.
Ashley Lee Ingram, 30, of Springfield, answered the door when officers knocked asking to see Godbee. Ingram told officers he was not at the home which was not true.
Officers found Godbee in a bedroom closet with two types of meth – one which resembled broken glass or ice – totaling almost an ounce.
Outside of the home a lab was found, including a customized tank holding anhydrous ammonia, a dangerous component of meth, and other chemicals valued at several thousand dollars. Godbee was manufacturing “lower grade” meth and selling it as well as selling the higher quality “ice.”
Sgt. Brett Dickerson said the higher quality “ice” was likely made outside of Screven County and the other “dirty” meth, which is opaque white in color, is more typical of the area as it’s usually homemade.
Investigator Michael Lacienski said finding two different types of meth sold by one individual is uncommon.
Ingram was arrested with possession of methamphetamine and obstruction of officer charges. Godbee received a parole violation, possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, trafficking methamphetamine, possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce, and possession of drug related objects.
The Division of Family and Children Services was also called to the seen as a seven-month-old child and a 6-year-old child were at the residence. They have been turned over to family members of Ingram’s and the DFCS is evaluating their caretaking.

Another drug bust
Randall Mabry, 52, of 609 Abercorn Street, Savannah,  was charged with trafficking in methamphetamine, possession of controlled substance with intent, and possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce, after being pulled over for a missing tag light and failure to maintain his lane near Boyd’s fertilizer.
Kelley initiated a traffic stop and immediately noticed the smell of marijuana when approaching the vehicle. After checking Mabry’s pockets for weapons, multiple baggies of marijuana were found on his person.
After placing Mabry under arrest, Mabry’s passenger, Todd Wilson Lee, 51, of Hound Dog Road, was interviewed. A Coca-Cola bottle was found under Lee’s seat in the vehicle which was allegedly being used for cooking methamphetamine via the “shake and bake” method popular in small batches.
Lee was then placed under arrest. After arresting Lee, marijuana was found in the passenger side floor board and he received those charges as well.
Coffee filters, opened ice packs, and other commonly-used ingredients to manufacture meth were found in the vehicle.