Arrests Made in Maintaining a Dwelling Case in Murfreesboro - Crack Cocaine Seized

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Three individuals in Murfreesboro have been apprehended on charges of maintaining a dwelling for the purpose of distributing drugs. The arrests took place at 414 Forrest Street off of North Highland Avenue.

Arrested were 48-year old Sabrina L. Malone, 25-year old Christopher C. Odom and 28-year old Antonio Q. Sanders. The trio is expected to appear in General Sessions Court on September 10, 2013. In addition to the three arrests at the Forrest Street address, a fourth person was arrested near the home after police witnessed what was described as a “hand to hand” transaction in front of the house.

Police reports indicate the so called “hand to hand” transaction led to the three arrests at the Forrest Street home. Police pulled over Robert Harris after he allegedly ran a stop sign while leaving the house. The report states, “Robert stated he did stop at the residence and bought $40 of crack cocaine.” When asked where the crack was, he told police he swallowed it. After a quick trip to the local E-R, he was booked into the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center where he was charged with Tampering with Evidence and Driving on a Revoked License. He too will appear in court on September 10th.


Crack cocaine, marijuana and cash were seized from the home on Forrest Street during a search of the property. 



Murfreesboro Police Arrest Report #13-14785 A, B, C, D

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