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Affidavit: Feds seize drugs headed to coast for spring break weekend

Tosh Humphrey (Photo source: Hancock County jail docket) Tosh Humphrey (Photo source: Hancock County jail docket)
Chiquita Acker (Photo source: Hancock County jail docket) Chiquita Acker (Photo source: Hancock County jail docket)
Roy Tatum (Photo source: Hancock County jail docket) Roy Tatum (Photo source: Hancock County jail docket)
HANCOCK COUNTY, MS (WLOX) -

An alleged meth supplier and two others are preparing for a Tuesday afternoon court hearing. An affidavit just obtained by WLOX News Now says the trio got busted on the eve of spring break weekend. 

Court documents indicate the trio reportedly got caught with 500 grams of methamphetamine. 

Investigators say this case has ties to Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. They believe the alleged drug dealer's name is Tosh Humphrey, who is also known as “Bugga,” and he's from Louisiana. 

An affidavit filed in federal court says Humphrey "was coming to the Mississippi Gulf Coast for spring break weekend." Investigators contend he had "a large amount of methamphetamine.” 

Also arrested were Chiquita Acker and Roy Tatum. The affidavit says Acker lives in Pearlington. Tatum is from Texas. 

They're accused of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine.

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