Eight arrested in Main Street drug roundupPublished 10:13am Friday, November 15, 2013
Eight people were arrested after authorities found various drugs during a search of a home on Main Street in Hartselle Thursday night.
Kevin William Wallace, 30, of 910 Main St. W. was charged with seven counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana second degree and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. He is being held at the Morgan County Jail on an $18,100 bond.
Corey Dewayne Thomson, 28, was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine, unlawful possession of marijuana second degree, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and drug endangerment of a child. He is being held on a $5,600 bond.
Kaysi McCulloch, 19, was charged with loitering in a drug house and unlawful possession of marijuana second degree. Her bond set at $600.
Other suspects include Tanner Stewart Phillips, 19; Gearad Brayden Seals, 19; Anthony James Brown, 29; Nicholas Kyle Walls, 18; and Madison Widner, 19. Each suspect was charged with loitering in a drug house and was facing a $300 bond.
The Morgan County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant in Wallace’s residence at 910 Main St. West in Hartselle.
The task force had received complaints about possible drug activity at the residence. After an investigation over several weeks, the task force, Hartselle Police and Morgan County District Attorney’s Office executed a search warrant for the residence.
Authorities located prescription medications, marijuana, a large quantity of pseudoephedrine and drug paraphernalia items, such as hypodermic syringes and digital scales.
Officers located a shotgun and a military ordinance that was seized by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
Authorities also discovered that a 3-year-old had been living with his father, Thomson, at the residence. Methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia items were located close to where the 3-year-old child was sleeping at time of search warrant execution.
Morgan County Department of Human Resources released the 3-year-old child was released into the custody of mother pending further investigation.