Friday, August 23, 2013
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TIFTON — Tift Count law enforcement has made four arrests for illegal drugs and paraphernalia.
According to David Haire, public information officer for the Tift County Sheriff’s Office, the arrests came after undercover agents were observed freely purchasing marijuana and powdered MDMA, also known as “ecstasy” or “Molly” from a residence in the 100 block of Wilson Street in Tifton.
Haire said the investigation had been initiated after receiving tips from citizens that illegal narcotics were being sold at the residence. According to a release from the Tift County Sheriff’s Office, the investigation was a joint operation by agents of the Mid-South Narcotics Task Force and Sheriff’s Department deputies. Haire said on one occasion undercover agents were able to purchase a stolen pistol at the residence.
After the investigation was completed and the warrant served, a search of the residence yielded about 117 grams of suspected powdered MDMA, some of which had been placed in capsules for distribution, Haire said, along with 31 grams of suspected marijuana, two pistols and paraphernalia used to seal the MDMA into capsules.
Tift deputies said Ivan Roshaun White, 29; Rashad Mycal Henderson, 26; and Kelvin Antonio Green, 36, were charged with various offenses, including trafficking MDMA and possession or sale of marijuana.
Rodrigizes Ladonita Williams, 22, was charged with theft by receiving stolen property, the release stated.