A bill in the Alabama Legislature would stop the growth of police jurisdictions in the state and rein in municipalities’ ability to enforce planning and zoning requirements outside their limits.

According to Talladega County Metro Jail records, Tammy Gail Moore Gaddis was arrested Monday on a trafficking warrant as well as for failure to appear for driving with a suspended license, with both warrants issued in August 2020, before she went to prison.

During its regular meeting Monday, the council approved an ordinance that makes the sale of products containing the substance, sometimes called Tianna or ZaZa, a misdemeanour punishable by a fine of $500, 60 days in jail, and possible the revocation of a business license.