Wednesday October 7th, 2015 6:14AM

MANS: BUI arrest leads to drugs, other arrests

By Ken Stanford Reporter
GAINESVILLE - A search of a boat on Lake Lanier by rangers from the state Department of Natural Resources turned up a quantity of drugs, according to the Hall County Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad (MANS).<br /> <br /> MANS Commander Scott Ware said the boat was searched after its operator, Curtis Todd Corbin, 32, Dacula, was charged with boating under the influence (BUI). Corbin was subsequently also charged with possession of marijuana and methamphetamine. <br /> <br /> Lt. Ware says methamphetamine, marijuana, and alprazolam - with a street value of $2,800 - were found on the boat.<br /> <br /> Also arrested were Andrea Kathleen Winters, 33, of Dacula; Rachel Elizabeth Gang, 34, of Buford; and, Christopher Scott Tucker, 28, of Lawrenceville. All face various drug possession charges. In addition, Ware says Winters and Tucker are charged with Trafficking Marijuana.<br /> <br /> The arrests were made Sunday.<br />
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