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Former Centennial High football coach arrested for distributing narcotics

Over 64K pills found in local man’s home

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FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — More than 64,000 pills were confiscated recently in the Forsyth County home of a former football coach.

Jeffrey Measor, 39, of Forsyth County, was arrested April 21 for five counts of distribution of schedule IV controlled substances and two counts of possession of schedule IV controlled substances.

From 2007-11, Measor was the football coach at Centennial High School in Roswell and later coached youth baseball at Sharon Park in 2016.

Evidence found by the sheriff’s office found Measor based his operations out of his south Forsyth County home. Over the past six months, he reportedly was receiving shipped boxes of various drugs, including Tramadol, Alprazolam and Carisoprodol from outside the United States.

Authorities said he admitted to then repackaging and redistributing the pills to over 230 customers across the country.

Three seizures in the county were associated with this case.


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