SOUTH FULTON, Ga. - A search for a man wanted for child molestation has ended with the discovery of drugs and thousands of dollars in cash at a South Fulton home, authorities say.
According to the South Fulton Police Department, the incident began when Fairburn police asked for help executing arrest warrants for a child molestation suspect.
While investigating at a home on Gossamer Street, officers say they could smell the "strong odor of raw marijuana."
After searching the home, officials say they found nearly 2 pounds of marijuana, 223 grams of methamphetamine, and nearly $26,000 in cash.
An unidentified individual is now in custody on felony drug charges.
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