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September 26--Two Savannah men were arrested in Vidalia Wednesday on drug charges.

According to Toombs County Sheriff Junior Kight, the two attempted to elude officers after being stopped by Toombs County deputies on Highway 280 East.  The driver drove his vehicle through the Walmart parking lot and the pair fled the vehicle on Pete Phillips Road behind Southeastern Technical College.

About ten minutes into the search the pair was spotted near Cintas on Harris Industrial Boulevard where they were apprehended.  Officers searched the two and found what they believed to be cocaine and marijuana.

{mosimage}Twenty-two-year old Terry Lamar Mobley was taken to the Toombs County Detention and charged with Fleeing or Attempting to Elude Police, Driving While License Suspended or Revoked, Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign, Obstruction/ Hindering a Law Enforcement Officer, and Giving of False Identity Information to a Law Enforcement Officer, Possession with Intent to Distributive, and Possession of Cocaine.

{mosimage}His passenger, 22-year-old Larry Parnell Cokley was charged with Possession of Marijuana, and Obstruction/Hindering a Law Enforcement Officer.

Toombs County Sheriff’s Deputies, Georgia State Patrol, and Vidalia Police Department assisted in the search.