A Tullahoma man is being held in the Coffee County Jail under a bond of $33,000 after he was arrested over the weekend by Manchester Police on drug charges. According to police reports, 35 year old David Oliver of Westside Drive, who was employed by Tullahoma Animal Control Office, was arrested after officers seized 31 Ritalin, marijuana, and $2,461 in cash. Oliver was charged with manufacture/sell/delivery, possession of schedule II and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions court March 23.
45-year-old Autry Ray Ferrell of East Expressway Drive Manchester was charged with possession of schedule II, manufacture/sell/delivery of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Ferrell’s arrest came after police found him in possession of marijuana and some Hydrocodone pills in the motel room he was staying in. They also found baggies and digital scales in the room. Ferrell was also in possession of $1,406 in cash. Police say that they received word that Ferrell was selling drugs to individuals.
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