Springfield Raid Yields $100K In Drugs Tuesday

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Springfield Raid Yields $100K In Drugs Tuesday

SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) –  The Springfield Police
Department’s Narcotics Agents, with the assistance of the Robertson County sheriff’s Bryan D WilsonOffice Narcotics Detectives, executed a “No Knock” search warrant at a home located on JL Patterson St in Springfield.

The raid was executed around 9:30am this morning. 25 year old, Bryan D. Wilson of Springfield, TN was taken into custody. Agents made forced entry and secured Mr. Wilson in the kitchen area of the residence.

During the search of the residence Agents seized  two suitcases containing a green plant-like material.  The plant material field tested positive to contain THC, ingredient found in marijuana.

The estimated gross weight of the plant material (suspected to be marijuana) is 84.2 payne 1995 corvettelbs with an estimated street value of $101,040.00. Agents also seized a bag of a white powdered substance believed to be cocaine with an estimated gross weight of 3.5 grams with an ESV of $220.00.

A Glock, .45 caliber pistol, reported stolen out of Bowling Green Kentucky  was also recovered along with a .32 caliber revolver found in a kitchen cabinet. Several digital scales and packaging materials were recovered from the residence.

Wilson will is facing multiple felony charges of (1). Possession of Schedule VI for Resale, (2). Theft of Property (over $500.00), (3). Possession of Firearm During the Commission of a Dangerous Felony, (4). Felon Possession of a Firearm, and (5). Possession of Schedule II. Wilson’s current bond is set at $81,500 and as of 12:30pm Wednesday, he had not bonded out._DSC0649

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  1. Tim South

    This isn’t the kind of people I want to be around ,But I do understand Robby’s point of view
    The War On Mary Jane has been a huge expensive failure causing more trouble and birthing criminal gangs, that profit from that black market. Fueling other seriously dangerous drugs and weapons, making minor crimes and causing the people that do them serious troubles later down the road when they cant get a JOB or a Loan ect, ect forcing them into crime as a way to make a living. The War on Drugs has made more criminal’s out of basically good kids .We all Know Beer & whiskey have killed and destroyed more family’s Than POT ever did BUT Yet its legal

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