Search yields meth, pot; $1 million bond for Brewton man

Items confiscated in the raid

News Staff Writer

A Brewton man remained behind bars this week, under a $1 million bond, on drug trafficking and other charges after a March 5, multi-agency raid on a Brewton residence.
The arrest came after agents with the Alabama Drug Enforcement Task Force, Atmore Police Department, Poarch Police Department, Flomaton Police Department and Escambia County Sheriff’s Office executed a drug search warrant at a Hall Creek Road address.
According to a press release issued Monday (March 9) by APD Chief Chuck Brooks, 49-year-old Timothy Satterwhite was taken into custody inside the home.
Satterwhite is charged with one count each of trafficking in methamphetamine, first-degree possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and being a certain person forbidden to carry a firearm.
The law officers located approximately 43 grams of methamphetamine, 26 grams of marijuana, several suboxone strips and numerous items used for ingesting, packaging and selling illegal narcotics.
Six firearms were also confiscated during execution of the warrant.