WCSO Detectives Seize Large Amount of Money, Drugs and Weapon
Wilson County Sheriff’s Narcotics detectives uncovered a large amount of money, drugs and a weapon while executing search warrants at two homes believed to be drug distribution sites operated by a Lebanon couple.
Pending a grand jury investigation, two adults are expected to be charged in the case.
Citizens in the community had filed numerous complaints about drug activity at 2904 Old Laguardo Road East and 118 Webster Lane, Lot 14B. With the help of local citizens, information from Lebanon Police Department and intensive investigation by the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office, detectives obtained search warrants for the two homes where they came into contact with three adults and four children.
Detectives seized a large amount of cash, cocaine, marijuana, pharmaceutical pills and a revolver from the two homes.
Two of the adults face charges of Possession with Intent for Resale of Schedule II (cocaine), Schedule IV (Xanax), Schedule (VI) marijuana, Possession of drug paraphernalia and Possession of a Firearm in the Commission of a Dangerous Felony.
“If you think you can make a career selling drugs in this county, you had better think again,” Sheriff Robert Bryan said. “Our Office is determined to find you and get these illegal and dangerous products off our streets. Your neighbors are equally determined to rid our community of this menace, and for their tremendous help coming forward, we thank them.”