Tomas Cano, 32 and Bonnie Glenn, 51 were both arrested in the early morning hours Sunday on charges for possession of methamphetamines. Glenn has an additional charge of tampering with evidence.
According to the report, police were told by an individual that someone was in the woods on Swift Street. Police found Cano and Glenn parked.
Cano and Glenn told different stories on why they were out there. Glenn stated they were looking for something they lost while Cano said he was using the bathroom in the woods.
According to the report, police suspected criminal activity and searched Glenn’s purse where they found a red straw that had been cut and had a white powder residue consistent with methamphetamine.
Inside the vehicle, police found an orange and black key chain that contained seven baggies with methamphetamine powder inside according to the report. Both denied the drugs belonged to them.
Both Glenn and Cano were arrested and transported the Troup County Sheriff’s Office.
Afterwards, the arresting officer checked his back seat and found a pink child’s sock with a glass pipe with methamphetamine residue inside. Glenn had attempted to conceal the item by shoving it up under the partition, the report said.