Bond issued in drug cases

Published 9:15 pm Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Glennn Edward Williams received a $2 million bond and Febie Motley received $250,000 following their arrest in Tuesday’s Church Street drug raid.

Both were in Circuit Court Wednesday.

Selma Chief of Police William T. Riley said he is happy with the bonds set by Judge Bob Armstrong.

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“We want to continue to seek the highest possible bonds,” he said. “These two have been a thorn in society for a long time.”

Williams and Motley were arrested early Tuesday morning in the 1400 block of Church Street and charged with license to carry a pistol required, chemical endangerment to a child and trafficking cocaine.

Motley also had a charge of possession of marijuana first degree.

Four additional arrests were also made.

Darrick J. Tate, Bridgette Hall, Amarys Williams and Cheryl Williams were also arrested and charged with chemical endangerment to a child and license to carry a pistol required.

Each are expected to appear before Armstrong on Thursday.