Car wash manager arrested for allegedly selling drugs at business

Published 9:09 am Tuesday, February 8, 2022

The manager of a local car wash was arrested after he appeared to be selling drugs on the company’s premises and illegal drugs were found in his vehicle.

Randall Cindrick, manager of Super Sonic Car Wash located at 280 Morgan Street, was arrested following LaGrange Police Department surveillance of his activities. A concerned citizen told LPD that Cindrick was selling drugs on the company’s premises during business hours, and the LPD began surveillance on Feb. 4. During surveillance, Cindrick, who was on felony probation for the sale of methamphetamine, appeared to be selling drugs, according to the press release.

A search of Cindrick’s vehicle yielded approximately 53 grams of crystallized methamphetamine, two scheduled IV pills, three digital scales and one glass smoking device, according to the press release. LPD investigators then met with Troup County Sheriff’s Office to conduct a search of Cindrick’s address at 412 1/2 Cooley Road. A search of Cindrick’s residence yielded three glass smoking devices coated with suspected methamphetamine residue. Cindrick’s charges include trafficking methamphetamine, possession of schedule IV substance and drug-related objects.

Anyone with more information regarding this incident is asked to contact the LPD at (706) 883-2603 or Troup County Crime Stoppers at (706) 812-1000.