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Forsyth man arrested for alleged 2018 meth sale
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Travis Lee Potts

The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a 31-year-old man from Cumming on outstanding drug warrants that they say allegedly sold methamphetamine to an officer with the Johns Creek Alpharetta Forsyth County Drug Task Force in early 2018.

Travis Lee Potts, 31, was arrested on Feb. 13, more than one year after authorities say he sold narcotics to an undercover drug task force member.

According to Cpl. Doug Rainwater, Potts was taken into custody at a residence off Heardsville Circle in northwest Forsyth, after a tip led investigators to believe that he could be found there.

Rainwater said that Potts allegedly sold methamphetamine to an undercover officer in January 2018 and moved away before the sheriff’s office could secure warrants for his arrest.

Potts has been charged with sale of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, possession of a Schedule I substance and several misdemeanors related to the sale of narcotics.

He is being held in the Forsyth County Jail and is under no bond.