Alleged drug dealer robbed of "Molly" in downtown Murfreesboro

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Molly comes in a variety of pill colors. This is a small sample.

A 19-year old Murfreesboro woman told police that she was robbed while sitting in her vehicle, of course there is much more to this story.

According to the police incident report...

"[The victim] stated that she met two friends, AP and Anthony on North Academy Street to sell some Molly. Once she arrived Anthony and AP took the drugs, a digital scale, and $536 in cash. AP pulled out a black pistol and pointed it at [the victim]."


After the robbery unfolded on North Spring Street at East Hembree Street, the two men fled the scene on foot. The victim tried to follow them, but quickly lost sight as they ran through the maze of houses.

So far, an arrest has not been made.


As heard in a previous newscast, Molly (MDMA) is an illegal drug that acts as both a stimulant and psychedelic, producing an energizing effect, as well as distortions in time and perception. Some of the downsides to using Molly include kidney and heart failure, a marked rise in body temperature, an arrhythmia (an irregular heartbeat), seizures or a loss of consciousness.


MPD Incident Report #15-8663

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