KC Quarles

A Dallas woman who was hanging out with a friend at a Dry Creek Road residence was found to have methamphetamine in her purse, and cocaine on her person when searched after her friend’s call to 911 to rat out someone else from drug use ended badly.

Polk County Police reported the arrest of KC Quarles, 33, of 109 Twin Pines Court, Dallas, Georgia, on felony charges for possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, possession of tools for the commission of a crime, and crossing state/county guard line with weapons, intoxicants, drugs without consent around 2:30 a.m. on Thursday morning.

Reports stated the incident began when a man not arrested during the incident at the Dry Creek Road residence called 911 around 2 a.m. on another person who lived there as well for drug use.

Police reported they were in the area, found the person who was being reported upon, and found nothing wrong at all.

In fact, that person gave police permission to search the common areas of their shared residence.

When police arrived at the Dry Creek Road residence, they found the man and Quarles in the den and a purse on the floor that no one claimed.

Police looked within since it seemed to be a purse without an owner, and they found Quarles’ wallet along with two bags of methamphetamine, several syringes with two pre-loaded with suspected liquid meth, and a meth pipe.

They took her into custody and she was taken to the Polk County Jail without further incident.

Police reported that once searched by jail staff, they found a “white powdery substance suspected to be cocaine” on Quarles’ person.

She remained in the Polk County Jail with a $20,000 bond on the above charges as of this posting.



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The former Editor of The Polk County Standard Journal and a journalist with more than a decade of experience in Northwest Georgia, Kevin Myrick is the Editor and Publisher of Polk.Today. An Auburn graduate,...