Fulton man’s latest drug arrest leads to bond revocation

By NEMS Daily Journal

FULTON – A judge has revoked bond for a Fulton man arrested on a methamphetamine charge.
Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics Director Marshall Fisher said the agency’s latest arrest of Timothy J. Gillentine occurred Tuesday in Mantachie for alleged sale of meth. Gillentine, 26, allegedly sold about a gram of the drug, with a street value of about $100.
Gillentine was held Thursday in the Itawamba County Detention Center with a $25,000 bond.
He faces earlier MBN charges of two counts of possession of meth and possession of precursors with intent to manufacture meth. He also is scheduled April 30 for sentencing in Colorado on a sale of a controlled substance charge.