Georgia police officer arrested on drug conspiracy charges

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A Georgia police officer has been arrested by the GBI on drug conspiracy charges.

Cave Spring Police Department Officer Marvin James Armstrong, age 35, of Chattooga County, was arrested and charged with conspiracy to possess fentanyl, conspiracy to possess methamphetamine, conspiracy to possess Percocet and use of a communication facility during the commission of a felony.


Terry Lee Wheeler, age 52, of Floyd County, was arrested and charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, conspiracy to distribute Percocet, and use of a communication facility during the commission of a felony.

Both men were taken to the Floyd County Jail.

According to the GBI, an investigation revealed that Armstrong and Wheeler were participating in multiple drug transactions in Rome and surrounding areas.

The joint investigation included the Rome Floyd Metro Task Force, Atlanta-Carolinas High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Initiative, Rome Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office, and the Georgia State Patrol Criminal Interdiction Unit.   

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