Cops: Gwinnett woman busted with drugs, counterfeit cash in Hall County

A Lawrenceville woman and a Buford man were arrested on drug charges in Buford on Sunday, the Hall County Sheriff’s Office said. 

Amira Aryman Zohbe, 29, was charged with possession of heroin, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug-related objects and first-degree forgery after an investigation by the sheriff’s office. Tony Ray Griffith, 30, was charged with possession of drug-related objects. 

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The pair were arrested on the 5000 block of Bennett Road in Buford. The sheriff’s office did not say what brought them to the attention of law enforcement. Zohbe was found to also have an active warrant for her arrest in another Georgia county.

Zohbe is being held without bond on the drug charges. Griffith was released on his own recognizance on Aug. 27, meaning he did not have to post a cash bond.

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