Jason Finch and Kendric Nalls remain in the Marion County Jail on a bond of $1,508,000.00 each. Authorities say the large amount of methamphetamine, as well as the amount of chemical precursors affected the monetary amount of the bond. The duo was apprehended during a regular driver license check point in conjunction with Guin and Brilliant police. Finch, the vehicle’s driver, did not have a valid license, and both men were then determined to have outstanding warrants. The drugs were then found during an inventory of the compounded vehicle. Each is now looking at a possible 20 years in prison.
From August 5th: Two Marion County men were arrested yesterday and charged with:
Possession of a Controlled Substance
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Possession of a Certain Chemical Compound
Arrested were Jason H. Finch, 28 of Hackleburg, and Kendrick O. Nalls, 35 of Winfield.
Finch, pictured above, states in an online bio that he works at Praxis Industries.
Nalls, pictured above, lists himself in an online bio as disabled. He is originally from Fayette County and at one time worked at Oxbodies.
Neither man has a prominent criminal record (Nalls has a previous arrest for non-support) and both remain in the Marion County Jail as of Saturday afternoon.