Getting What You Paid For

Jennifer Colyne Hall, 48, of Toney, Ala., was distraught when she called the Limestone County Sheriff’s Office dispatch on Wednesday, Oct. 2, so officers were sent to see her. Public information officer Steven Young told The News Courier the officers first approached Hall’s landlord, who told them she had been “acting strangely” and hinted she might be on drugs. When the officers spoke to Hall, she produced a clear bag from a baby wipes container and told them, “I want this dope tested!” because, she feared, the methamphetamines in the bag might contain some other drugs she hadn’t requested. Asked if she had consumed the product, Hall said she had, but, unsurprisingly, couldn’t remember when. She was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance.