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DRUGS FOUND AT POTATO FARM ROAD HOME IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY

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Yesterday afternoon, Cumberland County deputies assisting State Probation Officers on a house check at Potato Farm Road arrested two Crossville residents on drug charges.

When a consent search of 46-year-old Marvin Alonzo Bullock’s home and vehicle turned up meth and marijuana, both he and 41-year-old Janice Hall were arrested and charged with manufacture, sale, delivery or possession of meth and simple possession of marijuana.

A DCS referral was made for Bullock’s children who were present at the time of the visit.

At intake, a urine screening test on Bullock came back positive for meth. Bullock and Hall were each placed under $26,000 bond. Bullock is due to appear in court April 15. No court-appearance information was available for Hall.


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