INVESTIGATION BY SFPD, FPD, SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES RESULTS IN DRUG, FIREARM RELATED ARREST IN SOUTH FULTON
As the result of a collaborative effort between South Fulton Police Department, Fulton Police Department and Obion County Sheriff's Office, following the search of a South Fulton residence, six hand guns, a large quantity of drugs and paraphernalia, as well as over $4,600 in cash has been seized and one man arrested.
At approximately 3 p.m. on Oct. 8, local law enforcement officers arrived at the residence located at 105 McFall St. in South Fulton, after having conducted an investigation, and there, Lavon Danville Aiken, 52, consented to a search of the residence.
During the search, six handguns were observed, as well as 11.5 grams of methamphetamine, 6.88 ounces of marijuana, 8.9 grams of cocaine, 4.6 grams of ecstasy, THC cartridges, a scale, empty baggies and over $4,600 in cash.
Aiken was placed under arrest and was scheduled for arraignment in Obion County General Sessions court on Oct. 9, facing multiple charges related to possession of firearms and sale of Schedule drugs.
According to South Fulton Police Chief Andy Crocker, three SFPD officers, four FPD officers and four Obion County Sheriff's Deputies assisted at the scene.
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