Two Arrested for Trafficking Heroin in Unrelated Cases

Publish Date: March 21, 2017
Written by: Sheriff's Office
Categories: Arrest | News | Uncategorized

Birmingham, AL 03/21/2017

Two men were arrested for trafficking heroin in unrelated cases.

David Forsythe III

David Forsythe III

On March 16th deputies patrolling in the area of Earline Street near Huffman stopped a 2008 Lincoln for a tag violation. The driver, 39-year-old David Forsythe III of Ensley, was found to be in possession of five grams of heroin which constitutes fifty normal doses. He was arrested and charged with Trafficking Heroin, $60,000 bond.

 

Stephon Moorer

Stephon Moorer

On March 17th deputies patrolling along Lake Drive in Center Point, stopped a 2015 Chevrolet Malibu for a child restraint violation. Deputies observed two small children jumping around in the back seat. As deputies were speaking with the driver, 29-year-old Stephon Raymon Moorer of Center Point, they noticed the odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. Moorer was asked about the presence of marijuana in the car. He told deputies that he had smoked some earlier in the day, but had none in the car. He invited deputies to search the car. Moorer was found to be in possession of ten grams of heroin which constitutes one hundred normal doses. He was arrested and charged with Trafficking Heroin, $100,000 bond. The children were released to family members pending a DHR investigation.

 

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