Taking Step-Father's Coat to School Ends in Drug Arrest
Step-Father Tells Centralia Police Meth Is His After School Officials Find the Drug and Paraphernalia In the Coat She Wore to School
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Donnie Ford

A 47-year-old Walnut Hill man has been arrested on drug charges after allegedly admitting meth found in a coat his step-daughter had worn to Centralia High school belonged to him.

Donnie Ford of Main Street was taken into custody when coming to the Centralia Police station after his step-daughter told police she had grabbed her step-father's coat to wear when she couldn't find her own.

The student was questioned by the school administration after reports that the student's clothing smelled like cannabis. The meth along with drug paraphernalia were then allegedly located.

Ford told police the meth didn't actually belong to him and he was just transporting it from one person to another.

He was taken to the Marion County Jail for possession of meth and drug paraphernalia. His step-daughter was released without being charged.


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