Medical Cannabis "Out of State" ID Cards for those who are visiting the Volunteer State would allow those visitors to posses weed.
The alleged drug dealer of marijuana evidently told the arresting officer, "That he is a good person that is simply trying to provide for his family."
Murfreesboro Police performed what is called a "Knock and Talk" at Student Quarters Apartments located on South Rutherford Blvd. this past week.
On Monday, partner radio station WMSR received mail that turned out to be something that no one at the station asked for, marijuana.
40 Grams of marijuana, 11 strips of LSD Acid, two ecstasy pills, marijuana pipes and a digital scale were found in a truck after Murfreesboro Police pulled the driver over for speeding 42 miles per hour in a 30 mile per hour zone.
Regardless of how you feel about the legalization of marijuana in Tennessee, the drug remains illegal to buy, sell or posses in Tennessee.
What were described by police as four large bags of marijuana were discovered in a Murfreesboro apartment.
35-Year old Mitchell Earl Jackson was stopped for not having a light in front or behind his bike while riding in the dark...
Murfreesboro Police helped a stranded motorist push their vehicle off the roadway and later arrested the subject who, according to a police report, smelled like marijuana.
The report shows that officers asked Lippert if he had any weapons and he freely admitted that he had a handgun in the waistband of his sweatpants.
When police arrived at the hotel they could smell marijuana coming from one of the rooms. A knock on the door of the room in question revealed...
A 22-year old Murfreesboro woman was pulled over on Broad Street for having a broken headlight. Once stopped, police noted that she appeared nervous.
An anonymous call to the Murfreesboro Police Department in reference to a domestic disturbance sent officers to 902 Greenland Drive.
An 18-year old was arrested on a charge of "Felony possession with the intent to Distribute" after police spotted his BMW sitting unattended next to a Jeep in Murfreesboro.
A small bag of weed, a full mason jar of marijuana and a half filled jar were found in a home on February Street in Murfreesboro.
Police got consent to search the phone of a recently pulled over subject in Murfreesboro and found texts and photos regarding the purchase and sale of large amounts of illegal drugs, according to a police report released on Thursday morning.
Officers went to the Rutherford Blvd. address due to the possibility of drug activity taking place at that location.
More and more "Mary Jane" or marijuana is being located throughout Rutherford County. With it being illegal, arrests are also being made on a daily basis.
Murfreesboro Police showed up at an address in recent days after receiving an anonymous tip about drugs.
A 70-year old Murfreesboro man apparently got arrested with more marijuana than what would be considered for personal use.
After a lengthy investigation, Humphress reported Cain and Gordon arranged a deal to purchase one-fourth pound of marijuana for $975 from Kennedy at a home on West Jefferson Pike.
The driver of a car pulled over on North Rutherford Boulevard is accused of possessing a gun and weed at the same time which is a no-no in most cases.
When Anderson was previously questioned by police at his home, he allegedly told officers he had just sold $20 worth of marijuana...
A half-pound of Mary Jane was then recovered from a closet in the apartment along with $3,000 in cash.
Ever had a marijuana cookie? Murfreesboro Police now have one that was placed into evidence on Saturday.
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.
A quarter of a pound of marijuana, 38 Xanax pills and $1,000 in cash were seized during a traffic stop.
More and more marijuana related arrest are being made in Rutherford County. At this point, no studies have been done to determine if they are related...
“I was able to detect an obvious odor of marijuana coming from her vehicle.”
Suspect Jeremy Lee Sanson was pulled over on South Church Street because his passenger was not buckled in on Thursday afternoon.
A Murfreesboro man was arrested shortly after he told police he had only a small amount of marijuana in his possession.
A man who entered a conditional guilty plea in Rutherford County to one count of conspiracy to sell over seventy pounds of marijuana and one count of possessing over seventy pounds of marijuana was denied an appeal on Tuesday.
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