Three arrest made in Murfreesboro for Crystal Meth on Academy Street

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Murfreesboro Police assisted a Probation and Parole Officer on a home check Thursday that resulted in three arrests. The home visit took place on South Academy Street and involved a 28 year old man by the name of Jacob Alexander Bullock.

Once at the house, police conducted a consensual search of Mr. Bullock, which revealed two Adderall pills and a small bag of marijuana along with a Clonazepam pill. Police also found a meth pipe with what appeared to be meth residue on a table in front of where Bullock was sitting.

A police arrest report showed, "Mr. Bullock stated he had smoked meth early in the day." Police then searched the property and found a black bag containing a felony amount of Crystal Meth, fourteen Opana pills, a bag of weed, one Adderall pill and one Xanax bar.


A second and third subject at the home told police that they too had smoked Crystal Meth, but did not claim ownership of the drugs found on the property. In fact, neither Bullock, Jonathan D. Wright nor Matthew W. Braswell claimed to own the drugs found by police.

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.


Bullock, age 28, Wright, age 35 and Braswell, age 23 were all arrested. The three were charged with Possession of a Schedule II Drug, Felony Possession of a Schedule II Drug, Possession of a Schedule VI Drug and Possession of a Schedule IV drug. All three are scheduled to appear in court August 25, 2016.


MPD Arrest Reports 16-11086 A,B,C

About the Drugs Found on the Property:

Clonazepam, sold under the brand name Klonopin among others, is a medication used to prevent and treat seizures, panic disorder, and for the movement disorder known as akathisia. It is a tranquilizer of the benzodiazepine class.

Opana can treat moderate to severe pain. It can also help anesthesia work better during surgery and ease anxiety caused by heart-related breathing problems.

Adderall can treat ADHD. It can also treat narcolepsy.

Crystal Meth has a long-lasting euphoric effect on the user. In comparison with powdered methamphetamine, crystal meth is typically purer, has a longer-lasting effect and a more powerful physiological impact. Long-term use leads to verbal problems and impaired motor skills.

Commonly used ingredients for meth:

  • Acetone- This is found in nail polish remover and paint thinners
  • Lithium- From batteries
  • Toluene- solvent used as fuel additive, in paint thinners, nail polish, brake cleaner
  • Hydrochloric acid- Highly corrosive mineral acid used to remove rust from steel and refine metal
  • Pseudoephedrine- found in cold medications
  • Red Phosphorus- found in explosives such as road flares and on matchboxes
  • Sodium hydroxide- also known as lye, in drain cleaners
  • Sulfuric acid- found in toilet bowl and drain cleaners
  • Anhydrous ammonia- found in fertilizer and countertop cleaner
  • Lantern fuel or lighter fluid
  • Ether found in starting fluid
  • Antifreeze
  • Iodine crystals
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