32-year-old Paul Giovanini was charged with possession of methamphetamine and contraband in a penal facility after the police found a bag of meth in his wallet when he was already booked into the county jail.
On November 28th, Shelby County Sheriff’s Deputies Foster and Herod responded to a drug violation at the Shelby County Jail at 201 Poplar Avenue. The deputies were originally meeting Millington Police Officer Haley about a warrant at Waverly Farms Road and Raleigh Millington Road but, they were advised to return to the jail in regards to contraband found on Paul Giovanini.
Upon arrival at the county jail, the deputies were informed that a small white bag containing 0.7 grams of methamphetamine was found in a hidden compartment of Paul’s wallet. Deputies Foster and Herod stated that they completed a search of Paul when they first booked him, but no drugs were found during that time. Paul Giovanini is in the inmate lookup as “Paul Gioranini.”
Paul Giovanini was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine and contraband in a penal facility. He was later released on a $2,500 bond.