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Four people face drug charges after search of residence

 

NATCHEZ — Four people were behind bars Friday facing drug charges after the Adams County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Group executed a narcotics search warrant at a Natchez residence early Friday morning.

Inside the residence at 1712 Robinson St., Natchez, authorities say they found approximately 15 ounces of medical grade marijuana, a vacuum sealer machine, digital scales, baggies, a Heritage .22-caliber pistol, 20-gauge shotgun and $2,091 in cash.

Following the search, deputies arrested Lanny Atlee Bass, Christopher David Johnson, John Ryan Sebille and Larissa Shaw and charged all of them with possession of schedule I drugs with intent to distribute (within 1,500 feet of a church) and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Bass faces additional charges of two counts of sale of a schedule I drug and Sebille faces an additional charge of two counts of acting in concert, sale of schedule I drug.

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