Williamsburg Police arrest Georgia man Tennessee man during a traffic stop

A Tennessee man and Georgia man are behind bars after Williamsburg Police reportedly discovered 49 grams of suspected methamphetamine and items in their vehicle.

According to a release from WPD, Officers conducted a traffic stop early Wednesday morning on I-75 in Williamsburg.

During the investigation, they seized $1,406.55 cash, approximately 49 grams of suspected methamphetamine, five dosage units of suspected fentanyl, nine grams of suspected marijuana, and one unidentified solid substance.

Ronald Gravitt, 54, of Cleveland, TN, and Billy Trammell, 41, of Summerville, GA, were arrested and charged with Trafficking in Carfentanil/Fentanyl derivatives, Trafficking in a Controlled Substance - First Degree -Methamphetamine, and Trafficking in Marijuana.

Both suspects were lodged in the Whitley County Detention Center.

All criminal defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Samantha Walden, Staff Writer at the Kentucky Daily

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