Thursday, May 19, 2011
Three arrested on drug charges
By SUE WATSON
Marshall County Sheriff Kenny Dickerson reported the arrest of three people from Byhalia May 10 on a drug indictment.
The arrests netted marijuana, cocaine powder, drugs, pills, a stolen weapon and cash, he said.
Rodney Lee Spencer, 27, of the 1200 block of St. Paul Road in Byhalia, was arrested and charged with possession of a weapon by a felon, possession of powder cocaine, Xanax pills, Lortab pills, Ecstasy pills and marijuana with intent to sell, the sheriff said. Bond was set at $60,000 and Spencer remained in jail on a violation of probation warrant from the Mississippi Department of Corrections, the sheriff said.
Terry Lee Dukes, 29, of the 1200 block of St. Paul Road in Byhalia, was arrested and charged in an indictment with sale of a controlled substance, possession of powder cocaine, Xanax pills, Lortab pills, Ecstasy pills and marijuana with intent to sell, the sheriff said. Dukes’ bond was set at $60,000 and he is out of jail on bond.
Lauren Ashley Graves, 24, of the 1200 block of St. Paul Road in Byhalia, was arrested on the indictment charging possession of powder cocaine, Xanax pills, Lortab pills, Estasy pills and marijuana with intent to sell, Dickerson said. Her bond was set at $60,000 and she is out of jail on bond.
The arrests were made by the Marshall County Narcotics/Fugitive Task Force investigators and U.S. Marshals. The arrests yielded a Smith & Wesson .357 magnum, reported stolen by the Memphis Police Department. Also seized were approximately eight ounces of marijuana, approximately one ounce of powder cocaine, approximately 400 Xanax, Lortabs and Ecstacy pills and approximately $4,700 in cash.
(Correction: In a sheriff’s report last week, the address of suspect James D. Kirk was reported in error. He provided another address to authorities this week as 165 McKinsey Lane, Red Banks, Dickerson said.)
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