Search warrant nets drugs, guns, arrests
NATCHEZ — A Monday search warrant netted crack cocaine, marijuana, a pistol and resulted in the arrest two people, Adams County Sheriff’s officials said.
On the afternoon of Monday May 4, 2020, deputies with the Adams County Special Operations Group executed a search warrant at 76 Oak St in Natchez, an ACSO report states.
“During a search of the residence, deputies located approximately 2 ounces of crack cocaine packed for resale including 48 small bags that contained crack cocaine, 2 ounces of high grade marijuana packed for resale, digital scales, small Ziploc baggies, smoking devices, a Davis .380 pistol that was reported stolen out of Houston, a loaded highpoint 9mm, and a loaded .22 revolver and a bullet proof vest,” the report states.
The owners of the residence, Jeremy Dukes and Nykeemah McDade, were arrested and face charges of possession of stolen firearm, felon in possession of firearm, possession of schedule II drug (crack cocaine) with intent to distribute, possession of schedule I (marijuana) with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia, the report states.
McDade is also wanted out of Texas for a child endangerment warrant, the report states.
“Dukes was arrested by the Special Operations Group on May 1 for felon in possession of a firearm after he was found to be in possession of a loaded Smith and Wesson 9mm during a traffic stop,” the report states.
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