Mama June’s Mugshot Surfaces After Crack Cocaine Arrest

Brenda Watkins
March 19, 2019

Both face felony and misdemeanor charges.

Macon County Sheriff Andre Brunson confirmed the arrests but was not able to provide any other details.

A representative of the District Attorney's Office of Macon County, Alabama, told People that Mama June, as she is also called, was arrested Wednesday on charges of possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.

While live-tweeting the episode, Shannon mentioned Doak, making no mention of his arrest for alleged domestic violence.

Both Shannon and Doak went to jail, but have since been released.

"I'm not sure which pocket it's in". The deputy subsequently found a clear needle that was said to have a controlled substance in it, as well as $400 in cash.

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Inside the vehicle, authorities found a clear needle on the driver floorboard, which prompted Shannon's arrest.

Shannon also caught heat and saw the reality show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo canceled when it was revealed her prior boyfriend, Mark McDaniel, sexually abused her daughter Anna Shannon when she was eight years old. An additional $1,340 was found inside her bra.

The outlet reported that the substance was listed by officials as crack cocaine and 'the paraphernalia was noted by officials as showing evidence of crack cocaine residue and was determined to be recently used'.

Brunson said there were no signs of injury to Shannon or Doak and, in fact, their demeanor when deputies arrived was anything but contentious.

Mugshots of the two suspects were not immediately available.

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