Parent monitoring child’s cellphone leads to arrest of teen

A concerned parent monitoring a child’s cellphone and seeing a picture of what appeared to be drugs for sale on Snapchat has led to the arrest of a teen in Fulton County.
According to the probable cause affidavit, the parent gave law enforcement consent to use his child’s account to facilitate a meeting with 17-year-old Hunter Hudson. Hudson’s address was not provided in court documents.
The parent began communicating with Hunter, who allegedly stated on numerous occasions he would sell him ecstasy. The teen then reportedly provided a predetermined location and time to meet and sent a photo of what he intended to sell.Officers took Hudson into custody at the location. They allegedly located two baggies containing two different types of pills. One contained a non controlled substance, while the second held pills field testing positive for MDMA, a Schedule I controlled substance.

Hudson has been charged with felony counts of possession with purpose to deliver a controlled substance and unlawful use of a communication device. His bond has been set at $20,000.

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