ARRESTS MADE AFTER SOCIAL MEDIA POST

ARRESTS MADE AFTER SOCIAL MEDIA POST

A Snap Chat post allegedly advertising marijuana for sale resulted in two people being charged over the weekend. The investigation began when sheriffs department K-9 officer Sgt. Junior Fields and Deputy Nathan Williams went to a residence on Cookeville Highway after receiving information to what appeared to be six ounces of marijuana for sale via a social media post.

Upon knocking on the door of the residence, a female let the officers inside. As a result of the investigation, Jeremy Marshawn Davis Jr., 19, Carthage, and Tyler J. Mallory, 19, Carthage, were each charged with criminal conspiracy, possession of a schedule VI drug, possession of drug paraphernalia.

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