A bag of what was believed to be cocaine was found along with marijuana and multiple drug paraphernalia items during the recent execution of a search warrant in Murfreesboro.
According to the arrest warrant, Trooper Adam Malone allegedly located a suitcase in the trunk of the vehicle that contained approximately 2 pounds of a white crystal-like substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine, approximately 200 Xanax bars, approximately 6 pounds of a green leafy like substance believed to be marijuana, and approximately 56 grams of a white powdery substance believed to be cocaine.
Retiring K-9 Balu located more than $1 million of cocaine during a traffic stop Wednesday on Interstate 24, a Rutherford County Sheriff's narcotics supervisor said.
A Murfreesboro Police Report shows that officers recovered, "11 grams of fresh crack cocaine (large lumps as if it was just broken off from a main brick and handled very little)," during a traffic stop.
He was born blind in his left eye, he suffered a major car wreck while a teenager, his mother and father left him when he was a kid and he was addicted to cocaine... but is now clean and working to change the course of his life.
Special Agents with the Drug Investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation are concerned about recent evidence submissions to the TBI crime lab.
When police spoke to the suspect, it was revealed that he had a large bag of "Narcotics" in the rear of his pants. The police report stated, "A large bag wedged between his buttocks."
Murfreesboro Police made a traffic stop on South Church Street that led to the arrest of a suspected drug dealer.
Three small baggies of meth, a baggie of cocaine and two small baggies of heroin were recovered from a hotel room in Murfreesboro when police responded to the Clarion this past Friday (3/31/17) afternoon at 4.
While the recent arrest was in Nashville, it may curb some cocaine trafficking into Rutherford County.
Cocaine, marijuana and Percocet pills were found in a car during a traffic stop in Murfreesboro on Wednesday. The stop was made on Bell Street when police observed a non-working taillight.
A 26 year old Murfreesboro woman found passed out by a friend was charged with drug possession as she recovered at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital.
A Wenlon Drive man, who was wanted on a parole violation, was arrested along with two others with him.
After the man was transported to the local jail for booking, he was strip-searched. That was when police found that the bulge in the area of his rear end were two bags of cocaine weighting a total of 1 gram.
Reports from the Nashville Police Department confirm that one of the five men lived in LaVergne (Rutherford County).
A 43 year old S. Church Street man who was stopped by Murfreesboro Police for running a stop sign told officers they could search his car.
A 22-year old Gunnerson Avenue man is behind bars after being arrested by Murfreesboro Police following a disturbance call.
A 2012 Ford F-150 worth more than $10,000 was traded for $20 worth of cocaine, according to Murfreesboro Police.
A Murfreesboro Police officer on patrol in the Greenland Drive area smelled burnt marijuana. It wasn't long afterward that 39-year old Bruce Stratton, Jr., of Karly Court in Murfreesboro was arrested.
Jones told police that he is currently selling drugs due to the fact that he lost his job.
A man who was said to be driving a stolen Nissan Altima was arrested after being pulled over in Murfreesboro.
While conducting a "Knock and Talk" at the Motel 6 in Murfreesboro, police arrested a man from Georgia on various drug charges.
bout $8,000 of cocaine was seized during a traffic stop Tuesday on Interstate 24 by the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office's Interstate Crime Enforcement Unit.
Abby entered this world weighing about 6 pounds with a head full of soft brown hair - and cocaine pumping through her veins. Her first day of life was filled with the pain of withdrawals.
Murfreesboro Police chased down a subject who was wanted on warrants and the suspect refused to stop. Despite two tazes, he continued to run, according to police.
A man who plead guilty before Rutherford County Judge David Bragg for felony possession of cocaine in 2005 asked the Court of Criminal Appeals to reconsider a 2013 case when he violated his probation.
Initial contact was made with Ellis due to his GPS monitoring device running low on its battery, which was in need of servicing. However, it led authorities right to his parked car.
On appeal, the defendant insisted that the trial court's ruling in regards to his sentencing was "ambiguous at best and should be vacated." The courts did not see eye to eye with his argument and Grissom, who was homeless when the robbery occurred in 2012, will now have a bed to rest his head at night.
A Bradyville Pike man is in jail facing numerous drug charges, including introducing contraband in jail. Twenty-five year old Coryokis Scruggs was arrested last Friday after Murfreesboro Police executed a search warrant.
A man with an admitted drug addiction to cocaine told police that he was assaulted by a subject who allegedly gave him a "dub" of cocaine to sell. Instead of selling the cocaine...
MPD Vice Detective Shawn Jensen received information that Rockvale Elementary Principal Donald "Donnie" Johnson had purchased crack cocaine in Murfreesboro multiple times and was going to purchase more Friday afternoon at a pharmacy on Cason Lane.
Multiple empty baggies with cocaine residue inside of them were also found. The drugs and several hundred dollars in cash were seized by Vice officers.
A 28-year old Murfreesboro man was pulled over in his Kia because Murfreesboro Police Sgt. Hathaway had prior knowledge that the subject was driving on a revoked license.
The narrative of the police report shows that Dethrow jumped in his car and quickly drove away with police hot on his tail.
Driver Cornelius Baskin, 37, of Bowling Green, Ky., was wanted in Warren County Kentucky for distribution of cocaine, said ICE Lt. Chris Haynes.
Detective Pitts arrived on the scene and obtained a search warrant. Once inside the room, a bag of cocaine was found under the motel mattress. A cell phone containing...
Charges were filed against a driver accused of possessing cocaine worth $25,000 that was located during a traffic stop and pursuit about 11:40 a.m. Wednesday on Interstate 24, said Sheriff Robert Arnold.
Police turned their questioning to the female passenger who allegedly produced a bag of crack that was said to be hidden in the area of her groin.
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