Murfreesboro Police responded to Knights Inn on South Church Street in regards to an overdose case. Upon their arrival, a man was located on the floor of room 140.
Paramedics responded to an address at Olympus Hillwood Apartments on Monday night where they found an unresponsive man in a bathroom.
A drug overdose was reported in a home on Foxworth Court in Murfreesboro. The incident was said to have involved a 30 year old man.
Another heroin overdose was reported this past weekend in Murfreesboro. The report came in from Brinkley Avenue, a local mobile home park.
Today, the synthetic drugs that are often called "Fake Weed" are much more dangerous and potent than they originally were.
The official police report shows that the man confirmed that he is a member of the 8-Trey Gangsta Crip gang.
About 80 Xanax pills, 9 soft Ecstasy pills a Mason jar of marijuana, and 21.6 grams of Molly Crystals were recovered by Murfreesboro Police during a traffic stop...
9.9 Ounces of marijuana and over $3,500 in cash were seized as evidence by Murfreesboro Police after officers met with a Board of Probation and Parole officer at an apartment on St. Andrews Drive.
A Sunday drug overdose on the Greenway in Murfreesboro was reported this past weekend around 8:45 in the morning.
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.
To make matters worse, the husband and wife had their 18-month old child in the vehicle with them when they used heroin.
The overdose occurred in a mobile home on Brinkley Avenue Tuesday morning.
Murfreesboro Police performed what is called a "Knock and Talk" at Student Quarters Apartments located on South Rutherford Blvd. this past week.
A 19-year old woman overdosed on heroin in Murfreesboro. The overdose was reported on Westgate Boulevard.
Evidently, the woman was in a vehicle that was pulled over for having expired tags this past week and in the car was a bag that contained a brown substance that looked like heroin.
Murfreesboro Police responded to 2563 Choctaw Trace in reference to an ongoing narcotics investigation where officers arrested a 56 year old retired man.
The suspect allegedly shot the victim twice in the back during what was reported to be a robbery in Murfreesboro.
This past Wednesday afternoon's stop of a Cadillac CTS on Briley Parkway for having an inoperative brake light led to the seizure of six bags of crystal methamphetamine that weighed just more than 13 pounds.
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.
Taking acid can easily turn more bad than good. At least, that was the case for a 20-year old man in Murfreesboro.
Close to $1,000 in merchandise believed to be stolen from Target and over $600 worth of merchandise from the JC Penny Store was recovered by police and two loss prevention workers on Tuesday.
At age 24, someone charged with "Possession of a firearm while in commission of a violent felony" could potentially face some stiff prison time if convicted.
A 25 year old Murfreesboro man is facing four felony charges after police found a large amount of drugs in his apartment. The incident unfolded on Tuesday evening (July 5, 2016).
Murfreesboro Police captured a wanted fugitive who had a total of 10 warrants against him this past Saturday morning.
In addition to cocaine and marijuana, police also discovered several hundred unused or not yet scratched off lottery tickets.
Authorities had to make a phone call to the Department of Children Services while at the Academy Street home because Bullocks' toddler child was present when police searched and found a felony amount Meth at the house.
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.
He was within one thousand feet of a "Drug Free School Zone" when arrested by Murfreesboro Police on felony drug charges...
A folded up dollar bill that was said to be dropped under an SUV as police spoke to a man who was sitting in his vehicle was collected as evidence.
32 Year Russell C. Blackburn told Murfreesboro Police that his collection of Xanax pills were his "Capital" for him to be able to purchase tools for his trade.
A Manchester woman who was pulled over in Murfreesboro for failing to maintain her lane of travel was arrested.
Making matters worse for the duo, the home and cars where the drugs were found was within "Drug Free Zone" due to the nearby location of Holloway High School, Patterson Park Community Center and the Mid Cumberland Day Care facility.
A Murfreesboro man who had his cellphone seized by police on April 4th evidently decided to utilize his mothers phone for drug sales, according to a police report filed on April 5th.
Individually bagged Xanax pills and individually bagged marijuana was seized from a local apartment in Murfreesboro on this week when police did what they call a "Knock and Talk."
A woman who was pulled over for having a license plate on her SUV that was registered to a car told police that she just sold her sons prescription of Adderall...
The report that WGNS obtained shows that Green has 8 to 9 customers per day. MPD Officer Cory Schalburg wrote, "Mr. Green then admitted that he is a middle man in cocaine sales."
7.2 Grams of meth were recovered in a Murfreesboro traffic stop. Police pulled over Nathan Torres after he reportedly ran two stop signs.
Officials say less than 0.2 percent of people who have applied for welfare since July 2014 have failed a drug test mandated for some.
An armed robbery in Murfreesboro that was under investigation by the police department turned into a drug deal gone bad.
Jones told police that he is currently selling drugs due to the fact that he lost his job.
Five bags of syringes, 35 Oxycodone pills, brass knuckles, marijuana pipes, two spoons and two cell phones were seized by Murfreesboro Police during a traffic stop.
A pizza delivery driver who may have been delivering more than just pizza will face the court to file a plea in a Rutherford County court room on December 14, 2015.
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.
Most recently, a 21-year old Murfreesboro man had to be rushed to St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital after collapsing in a bathroom due to the use of Heroin.
Two plastic baggies containing crack cocaine and a single blue pill were found between the buttocks of a man during a Murfreesboro Police traffic stop.
"Ms. Morrow stated she buys synthetic moma by the kilo for $1,400 and sells it by the ounce for $600 to $700 depending on the person."
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.
Laboratory analysis performed by TBI Forensic Scientists indicated the pills were counterfeit and did not contain oxycodone. Instead, they contained fentanyl, a pain killer 50 times as potent as heroin that can be deadly in high doses.
The drug Opana has been is a growing threat in Rutherford County. More and more arrests involving this drug are being made weekly.
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.
The search later turned to the opposite side of the hotel room belonging 30-year old Erica Lyn Piatt where digital scales were found with a white powdery residue on them. 6-Methadone tablets were located, 10-Amphetamine tablets, a 9mm handgun and 3-glass pipes.
Synthetic marijuana is growing in popularity in some areas of the state. Murfreesboro looks to be one of those areas, although arrests involving the drug have not increased greatly.
When authorities located the truck in question, the driver's side door was open and the vehicle was running and in gear. Murfreesboro Police say the driver was "slumped over in the driver seat" and that "the subject's foot was on the brake."
As an ambulance was nearing to treat Lesniewski for ingesting two Roxy's, police found a loaded syringe on the ground near the vehicle and a second syringe on the passenger floor board.
A 24-year old man in Murfreesboro was transported to St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital after telling police he had used synthetic drugs.
For the 7th time, 49-year old Glenda Daniels has been charged with "Driving on a Revoked License."
He was charged with six counts of Felony Possession of a schedule 2 drug, felony possession of a schedule 4 drug and simple possession of a schedule 6 drug.
The probation officer conducted a search of Hardin and recovered a bag of heroin, a bag of cocaine, a bag of marijuana and a box containing 12 Suboxone.
It's estimated that nearly five-percent of adults in Tennessee (about 221,000) have abused pain medications in the past year for non-medical purposes, and of those nearly 70,000 are addicted and require treatment.
After Moody left the house she apparently made an illegal lane change and was pulled over on Mercury Boulevard.
"Misuse of pain medicines is the number one drug problem for Tennesseans..."
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 ledger outlining possible drug sales and three bottles of pills were some of the items that police took in as evidence against a man charged with felony drug possession this week in Murfreesboro.
Tennessee teenagers are using heroin and shooting up drugs at twice the national average, according to a report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
As a result of the traffic stop, the suspect was arrested on drug charges and his reported car, cash, gun and drugs were all seized by Murfreesboro authorities.
Another arrest has been made in Murfreesboro for “Falsification of a Urinalysis.” This is evidently a growing concern among the medical community, insurance providers, employers and law enforcement.
In addition to the 8th “Driving on a Revoked License” charge, Brown also faces felony crack / cocaine charges and felony marijuana charges.
Murfreesboro Police made contact with an individual on East Northfield Boulevard Monday morning and seized over $2,000 in cash, over a pound of marijuana and a small amount of cocaine.
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.
27-Year old Allen Carney, who goes by the nickname of SAP, reportedly told police he gave his drugs to his passenger who put the drugs in her bra.
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...
A 21-year old Murfreesboro resident has been charged with three counts of felony drug possession. Police went to a home on Shelly Street where they were granted permission to go inside and search the residence.
The Officer reported that upon making contact with Robert A. McAdoo, he seemed nervous. Officer Gann patted McAdoo down and felt something in his pocket.
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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