Six held on drug, other charges in Vidalia

Published 12:04 am Thursday, July 9, 2015

VIDALIA — Six individuals were arrested after a call from a father brought police to a house in Vidalia.

Capt. Miranda Clifton, public information officer for the Vidalia Police Department, wrote in an email the department responded Tuesday to a complaint by the father of a resident.

The father said his daughter was out of town and no one was supposed to be at his daughter’s residence.

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“During the investigation, officers observed in plain view suspected schedule II drugs,” Clifton wrote.

Clifton refused to discuss what drugs in layman’s terms fall within the schedule II category.

Officers also found a juvenile at the scene, and suspects were charged with endangering a child due to the juvenile’s presence near suspected drugs.

The suspected substance will be sent to a crime lab for further analysis.

Subjects arrested were Cody A. McEntyre, 22, of 502 Willow St, Vidalia; Meghan V. Bolyer, 26, of 1307 Peach St., Vidalia; Aaron C. Cloy, 29, 22 Newman Road, Natchez; Richard W. Davis, 32, 148 N. Palestine Road, Natchez; George S. Hall, 40, of 1508 Eastwood Road, and Dennis E. Dunn, 62, of 114 Dandridge St., Vidalia.

McEntyre, Cloy, Davis and Dunn were charged with possession of a schedule II substance and child endangerment.

In addition to possession of a schedule II substance and child endangerment, Bolyer was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and was placed under probation hold.

Hall was charged with possession of a schedule II substance, child endangerment and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The suspects have not been charged with trespassing.

“That’s all they’re going to be charged with at this time,” Clifton said.