A 37 year old man who Murfreesboro Police say they recognized due to prior run-in's was arrested this past weekend after police spotted him in the area of Medical Center Parkway. Evidently, Orlando D. Chesterfield had felony warrants for a Schedule 2 drug.
When police spoke to Chesterfield, 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."
Upon inspection of the bag by police, several smaller bags were found inside the larger one. When a police officer asked what was in the bag, Chesterfield allegedly responded, "Meth, cocaine, Xanax, Viagra and Percocet." The same police officer then advised the subject that what he thought was meth was actually heroin.
The arrest report showed that the suspect also had over $4,000 in cash that was stuffed into his shoes. The money and the drugs were later seized by the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office narcotics team, according to a police report.
Chesterfield was charged with:
- Felony Possession of a Schedule 1 drug
- Felony Possession of a Schedule 4 drug
- 2 Counts of Felony Possession of a Schedule 2 drug
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Chesterfield, who goes by the nickname of "Tron," will appear in a Rutherford County Courtroom on August 8, 2017.
MPD Arrest 17-13393A
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