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Search warrant turns up drugs in Mt. Juliet

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Wilson County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Unit executed a search warrant at 10390 Central Pike in Mt. Juliet on Jan. 31 after receiving numerous complaints from concerned citizens during the past several months.

Citizens complained about the overall living area – including allegations of gambling, prostitution, the sale and use of illegal narcotics. Upon execution of the search warrant, detectives reportedly encountered numerous individuals including the homeowner inside the residence. Upon securing all occupants, detectives conducted a search of the premises for evidence.

They recovered evidence reportedly relating to illegal narcotics consistent with crack cocaine, drug paraphernalia and United States Currency supporting proceeds of narcotics transactions.

Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan has advised the Narcotics Unit that aggressive and proactive investigations will continue in this area until residents in this neighborhood are safe and free of this type of criminal activity.

Although no arrests were made, detectives interviewed and obtained statements from several suspects involved. Detectives will request indictments on specific individuals who were present pending a grand jury investigation.

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