During the late evening hours of Wednesday, March 10, 2010, Investigators with the Jackson County Drug Task Force conducted a search warrant on a residence located at 4274 Thunder Road, Sneads, Florida. The residents at that address were Angie Marie Bolds, 32 and Richard Putnam Outlaw, 31. Outlaw and Bold have long been the targets of an ongoing investigation into the manufacture of methamphetamine in Jackson County. During a search of their residence an abundance of drug paraphernalia was located including homemade smoking pipes, straws used to ingest meth, hypodermic needles and razor blades used to prepare meth for use. Digital scales and plastic bags that are commonly used in the sale and distribution of illegal narcotics were also located. An abundance of pseudoephedrine cold medication was located that had been removed from the packaging in preparation to manufacture methamphetamine. Also in the residence were other items used in the “Shake ‘n’ Bake” method of manufacturing methamphetamine including camp fuel, acid and lithium batteries. A quantity of methamphetamine and marijuana were also located in the residence. Angie Bolds and Richard Outlaw were both placed under arrest and housed in the Jackson County Jail to await first appearance on their charges that include Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Listed Chemicals and Attempted Manufacture of Methamphetamine. Bolds and Outlaw are additionally being charged with Trafficking in pseudoephedrine due to the abundant amount that they were in possession of.
Richard Outlaw and Angie Bolds have long been considered substantial producers of methamphetamine in Jackson County.
The Jackson County Drug Task Force is the combined effort of the Cottondale Police Department, Graceville Police Department, Marianna Police Department, Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.