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April 23, 2014

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Man With Cocaine Arrested On Mosheim School Grounds

Originally published: 2013-01-09 11:21:22
Last modified: 2013-01-09 11:24:58

A man was charged Tuesday with cocaine possession on the grounds of Mosheim Elementary School, sheriff's Deputy Chuck Humphreys said in a report.

Michael Ray Charlton, 30, of 222 Old Cemetery Road, was charged with felony possession of a Schedule II drug, public intoxication and violation of probation, the report said.

A woman identified as Charlton's girlfriend, 28-year-old Chasity D. Moore, of 104B Young Circle, was charged with public intoxication.

Moore was at the school to pick up her child, the report said.

Charlton was initially taken into custody on the violation-of-probation warrant. He was found "unsteady on his feet" and "very hyper-acting," with slurred speech, the report said.

Charlton told deputies that he was high on "bath salts," but a search after he was taken into custody turned up a small plastic bag containing about one-half gram of cocaine, the report said.

Moore, who was "unsteady on her feet" and had slurred speech, told deputies she had taken the prescription drug Trazodone and anti-depressant medications.

Charlton and Moore were scheduled to appear today in General Sessions Court.

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