MORRISTOWN, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Morristown police have arrested three people on drug charges, and they've confiscated thousands in cash and an AR15 assault rifle.
Police tell Volunteer TV that James P. Davis, 29, was busted for selling $300 worth of cocaine Friday after officers executed a search warrant at a home on East morris Boulevard.
Inside the home, police also arrested Justin T. Horton, 23, and Daniel M. Mabe, 24.
Investigators say Horton had a bag of crushed up methadone pills, and has been charged with simple possession of a schedule II drug.
Mabe allegedly had four grams of cocaine, digital scales, plastic baggies, $5,000 cash, and an AR15 semi-automatic assault rifle. Those items, and two vehicles were seized by police. Mabe is a previously convicted felon, and pleaded guilty to drug charges last year. Mabe is now charged with possession of a schedule II narcotic, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
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