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8 arrested in Hinds County drug operation

JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Hinds County sheriff's deputies broke up a drug operation and drug agents arrested eight men Monday at a home on Willaneel Drive in Jackson.

During a search of the property, they uncovered about one pound of marijuana, digital scales, six hand guns, a military style riffle and nearly 2-thousand dollars in cash.

Arrested were:

  • 35 year-old James Williams
  • 19 Year-old Jamerio Hudson
  • 21 year-old Terry Jones
  • 21 year-old Paul Lewis
  • 28 year-old Justin Collins
  • 30 year-old Cornelius Beverly
  • 27 year-old Jeremy Fleming
  • 22 year-old Michael Blockman

All are charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute while in possession of a firearm.

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