A Corinth man has been charged with trafficking methamphetamine after Corinth Police narcotics investigators executed a search warrant at his residence Friday, police said
James Williams Wimsatt, 40, was arrested as he was leaving his Gaines Road residence Friday after a six-month Corinth Police Department investigation.
About 4.6 ounces of meth, two small baggies of marijuana and an AK-47 rifle were allegedly found at the residence, police said.
Wimsatt is a convicted felon and has a pending indictment for a felony possession charge from April 2017, police said.
His bond was set at $25,000.
Correction: The original version of this story incorrectly stated that there were 4.6 grams of meth. The quantity was actually 4.6 ounces.