MOBILE, ALABAMA — An Alabama Reverend and his wife have been arrested and charged with drug distribution and possession.
Fox Mobile reports:
A two month long undercover drug investigation by the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office has led to the arrest of a pastor, James A. Hunter, and his wife, Sylvia Hunter, with Forever Flowing Ministries.
MCSO undercover narcotic deputies began purchasing drugs from Hunter and his wife in March. On May 20, 2011, deputies arranged to buy morphine from the couple and detained them when they showed up.
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