Police search leads to drug charges for Tennessee man
Though most people know that police arrest individuals on a daily basis, they often do not think it will happen to them. As a result, when a person is taken into custody, they may have no idea how to properly handle the situation. While remaining silent is typically a wise first step, gaining information on defending against drug charges is also important.
One man in Tennessee may be wondering what his future will hold after recently being taken into custody. According to reports, police officers allegedly made multiple controlled buys from the man during a drug-related investigation. As a result, they obtained a narcotics search warrant, which they executed at the man’s residence.
During the search, investigators purportedly discovered oxycodone, drug paraphernalia and firearms. Due to the amount of the controlled substance, the man is currently facing charges for possession of a Schedule II controlled substance for resale and is also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony. It was not mentioned whether he was still in custody at the time of the report.
This Tennessee man’s life will change considerably due to the drug charges and other allegations he now faces. However, he can work to reach the least negative outcomes for his case and overall circumstances. When working to determine his best courses of action, he may want to thoroughly review his available criminal defense options and look into how the details of his arrest and the police actions could affect his case.