Springfield Man Jailed On $321,500 Bond For Drug Charges
SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – A Springfield man is sitting in the Robertson County jail on a $321,500 bond on drug charges. On Friday December 2, Springfield Police Department and Robertson County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Detectives executed a search warrant on 21st Ave W. in Springfield MAP
According to Springfield Police, in conducting a search of the resident, Demarcus Bradley, 30, of Springfield, detectives found approximately 15.6 grams of a leafy green substance believed to be marijuana, approximately 20.6 grams of a white powder substance believed to be cocaine, and approximately 33 white pills with the marking “230” imprinted on one side believed to be Oxycodone 10mg.
Officers recovered a black Smith and Wesson Model 469 9mm handgun, and a loaded Lorcin 9mm handgun. Officers also recovered 137 rounds of 9mm ammunition, 14 rounds of Forty Caliber ammunition and 73 rounds of Forty-Five Caliber ammunition, according to a release from Springfield Police.
Officers also recovered four digital scales and packaging material. Bradley was placed under arrest and transported to the Robertson County Detention Facility without incident.
Bradley will be facing charges of Drug, Manufacturing/Delivery/Sale/Possession Schedule II- Cocaine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Schedule I-VII Drug Violations and Possession of Firearm during the Commission of a Dangerous Felony. The original bond was set at 21,500, now, according to the Robertson County Jail’s website, the bond has been raised to $321,500. This was a joint investigation with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office.
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