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Jackson Co., AL deputies make drug arrests over the weekend

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Two people are arrested on separate drug charges over the weekend in Alabama. 


Fifty-two year old Paul Williams was arrested Friday.  A Jackson County Sheriff's deputy found Williams at a home on County Road 451 in Dutton, AL.  Williams was taken into custody after he was found to have synthetic cannabis or "spice" in his possession.  He is charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance. He is booked at the Jackson County Jail on a $3,500 bond. 


On Sunday in a separate incident a Jackson County Sheriff's deputy tried to stop a black Chevrolet Impala in Dutton for a routine traffic stop.  The driver refused to stop and a chase began ending in a field.  The driver, 32-year old Alfred Brandon Rigstad took off on foot but was later found hiding in the bushes.  A search of Rigstad's car resulted in the discovery on methamphetamine.  Rigstad faces several charges include unlawful possession of controlled substances.  Rigstad is in the Jackson County Jail, bond has not been set. 

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