Two Nashville people have been arrested as a result of a drug raid held on Tuesday, according to Nashville Narcotics Investigator Mark Barnes.
On May 17, members of the Nashville Police Department and the Howard County Sheriff’s Department executed a search warrant at 419 West Sypert Street – the residence of Stephani Allen, 39.
Allen had three warrants for delivery of marijuana from prior deliveries and three counts of distribution near certain facilities, in this case within 1,000 feet of a daycare center.
Charges against Allen from the Tuesday search warrant include possession of marijuana with purpose to deliver, possession of hydrocodone, possession of drug paraphernalia and maintaining a drug premise.
Officers seized approximately 1/2-pound of suspected marijuana, scales, a marijuana grinder, plastic bags, a police band scanner and $1,360 in cash. Buy money in the amount of $40 was also seized.
Allen’s bond on the delivery charges was set by Circuit Court Judge Charles Yeargan at $20,000 per charge and $25,000 for maintaining a drug premise. Bond has yet to be set for the additional charges.
Also arrested at the scene was Gregory Pierce, 20, of Nashville. He is charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and posted a bond of $1,030.
Officers involved in the execution of the search warrant include Nashville Police Chief Dale Pierce, Assistant Chief Amy Marion, Narcotics Investigator Barnes, Lt. Clint Tedford, Sgt. Ty Basiliere, officers Justin Garner, Chris Gates, Aaron Quick and Keith Philamlee, K-9 Officer Greg Parker, Howard County investigators Blake Eudy and Jade Hughes and deputies Travis Turner, Tim Bowlin, Dustin Wakefield and Joey Davis.