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Police say suspect struck police car after drug sale
Christopher Ryan Oliver

An Oakwood man is accused of striking a police officer’s car when confronted by law enforcement after delivering methamphetamine, authorities said.

Christopher Ryan Oliver, 27, is charged in a July 23 indictment of aggravated assault on a police officer, hit and run and driving with a suspended license. He and co-defendant Theresa Susan Stone, 47, of Loganville, are charged with the possession, sale and trafficking of methamphetamine.

According to a Gainesville Police report, Oliver and Stone allegedly delivered 55 grams of methamphetamine March 2 to a Gainesville location.

“When confronted by law enforcement, the driver of the vehicle Christopher Ryan Oliver struck a police vehicle with the vehicle Oliver was operating,” according to the report.

Oliver is then accused of driving around the police vehicle and running away, according to the report.

The car struck was driven by a Gainesville Police investigator. The investigator and two other Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad were witnesses to the incident.

The car listed in property evidence was a 2009 Honda Accord.

The estimated street value of the drugs is $5,500.

No attorney was listed for Oliver in Hall County’s Comprehensive Justice Information System. An attempt to reach Stone’s attorney, Neal Ainsworth, for comment was unsuccessful.


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