Two Monroe County men indicted

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced the indictment of two Monroeville men on drug charges stemming from the original investigation that led to the arrest of Conecuh County Commissioner John William Andrews, Jr.

In a statement released Tuesday, Marshall said Jack Lamar Jordan, 57, and Jimmy Coy Salter, 64 are each charged with one count of conspiracy to manufacture controlled substance I, one count of unlawful possession of marijuana II and one count of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Jordan and Commissioner Andrews were arrested in September, 2017, on warrants for the...

 
 
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