Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Alabama Psychiatrist Arrested for Drug Trafficking

As seen in this report

FLORENCE, AL (WAFF) - A Shoals area psychiatrist and his wife were arrested in a Huntsville hotel on trafficking charges. Dr. William Roddy and his wife Wendy Sue Roddy were both arrested at the Embassy Suites in Huntsville on Sunday. The two were accused of trafficking a controlled substance, though Huntsville Police would not comment on what the substance was. Trafficking a controlled substance is a felony in the state of Alabama and if convicted a person can serve as much as 20 years in jail for the offense.
also via Psych Search
Huntsville Police Sgt. Mark Roberts says 50-year-old Dr. William Roddy and 43-year-old Wendy Sue Roddy were charged with trafficking in a controlled substance. He says they were arrested on Sunday and were released on $250,000 bail each. Roberts says officers responded to a call about a man with a gun in a hotel parking lot and arrested Roddy. He says a search of Roddy and his hotel room turned up prescription narcotics and thousands of dollars in cash. Police say they searched the couple’s home and found more drugs.