By Lauren Estes
The Cullman Times
Following a Cullman Narcotics Enforcement Team investigation, agents arrested a local woman after securing a search warrant and recovering methamphetamine in her home Monday.
Jeanne Marie Moxley, 44, of Cullman, was arrested for unlawful possession of a controlled substance after the search at her 109 Morgan Avenue Southwest residence around 4:15 p.m.. Assistant Police Chief Craig Green said multiple complaints were received from the neighborhood about an excessive amount of people coming and going from the house suspiciously.
“It was a fairly quick investigation and it came together because of the hard work of the agents and officers, allowing them to make the arrest in a timely manner,” Green said. “Methamphetamine was found in the home. What we understand is that she had been selling or distributing from the home. The investigation will continue as CNET will look into the complaints.”
Green said that for some time, the house has been an area of concern that CNET has spent time on, and it will continue to be monitored to prevent future complaints or concerns.
Moxley is being held at the Cullman County Detention Center, but her bond amount is currently unavailable.
The residence in question on Morgan Avenue has been highlighted in multiple arrests by the Sheriff’s office, CNET and Cullman Police Department, mostly involving Moxley’s husband, Ronald McGregor, who was most recently arrested for unlawful distribution of a controlled substance.