KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- One man was arrested after a search of a south Knoxville home on Tuesday turned up "a large quantity of crack cocaine, dozens of pills, and marijuana, according to the Knoxville Police Dept.
Darryl Samuel, Jr., 24 was arrested on several drug related charges, including Possession of Cocaine for Resale, Possession of Oxycodone for Resale, Possession of Hydrocodone for Resale, Possession of Suboxone for Resale, and Possession of Marijuana. Officials added they expect more charges to be filed against Samuel, as well as other individuals, after they complete their investigation.
Members of KPD's Repeat Offender Squad executed the search warrant at the Vestal Community home, 1304 Army Drive, following an on-going investigation into cocaine and pills. There, they reportedly found 70 Oxycodone pills, a large quantity of crack cocaine, Hydrocodone, Suboxone, Marijuana, and over $2500.00 in cash.
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