Marijuana, Cell Phones and More Seized in Recent Parole / Probation Officer Visit in Murfreesboro

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Methadone, marijuana and numerous cell phones were recovered by Murfreesboro Police when they went to a home to assist probation and parole officers last week. Police say when they arrived at the house they were invited inside by a family member of 34-year old Jule Hall who was not at home at that time. The resident showed police where Hall stays when visiting and police located multiple cell phones and digital scales. The female told officers she had no idea where the phones or the scales came from.

A police report states, “The cell phones in the residence were taken as evidence and could possibly be linked to numerous burglaries to automobiles that have occurred in the area.” Despite the accusation, no charges of theft have been filed against Hall who lives on Fairview Drive. He was however charged with three counts of simple drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Hall was booked under a $10,000 bond and will appear in court on January 7, 2013.

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MPD Arrest Report #13-23583

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