GENEVA, Ala (WDHN)— A drug trafficking investigation between local and state authorities has led to the arrest of a Geneva man.
According to Geneva Police, on January 25, 2023, Geneva Police and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency State Bureau of Investigation Drug Enforcement Task Force Region B finished a drug trafficking investigation with a search warrant executed in the 300 Block of North Morris Street.
The Houston County Sheriff’s Office Special Response Team also assisted in the execution of the search warrant.
Geneva Police say during the search of the home, investigators found marijuana plants, processed marijuana, equipment used in the cultivation of marijuana, and methamphetamine.
After the search, 43-year-old Wilford Wilks was arrested and charged with second-degree unlawful manufacture of a controlled substance, first-degree possession of marijuana, felony possession of drug paraphernalia, and trafficking in methamphetamine.
Wilks is being held on a combined $200,000 bond and has not been released, according to GPD Chief Pepper Mock
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency State Bureau of Investigation ADETF Region B is comprised of Coffee County Sheriff’s Office, Enterprise Police Department, Houston County Sheriff’s Office, Eufaula Police Department, Ozark Police Department, Geneva County Sheriff’s Office, Abbeville Police Department, Dale County Sheriff’s Office and Geneva Police Department.