Bonnaroo Crowd Down, but Authorities Working Hard

drug-bust 4The 15th annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is off and running for another year in Manchester. Crowds are expected to be down over previous years, with estimated ticket sales around 50,000.
As of Thursday afternoon Coffee County deputies had written over 100 citations.
Larger arrests that have taken place so far include; Derek Paul Minich age 25 South Hampton Ave Springfield MO. He was charged by Deputy Lee Marcom with 2 counts of Manufacturing/delivering/selling/possession of a controlled substance, schedule VI drug violation and schedule II drug violation. Allegedly Minich was found to be in possession of approximately 26 baggies containing 0.6 grams each of a brown crystal substance believed to be Molly, 87 panes of a substance believed to be LSD, approximately 20 grams of a green plant-like material believed to be marijuana and approximately seven grams of a white-powder substance believed to be cocaine.
Bond was set at $65,000 and a court date of August 12, 2016.
Blake Edward Searcy age 26 of Camden Ave Lexington KY was charged by Manchester Investigator Jonathan Anthony for Manufacturing/delivering/selling/possession of a controlled substance and schedule VI drug violation. As Searcy was entering the Bonnaroo gate he was allegedly found to possession of two baggies of a crystal-like substance believed to be Ketamine, 62 panes of blotter acid and 23 baggies weighing approximately sixteen grams of a substance believed to be Molly, baggies, scales, approximately 2.5 pounds of a plant-like material believed to be marijuana brownies and marijuana wax.
Bond was set at $35,000 and Searcy has a court date July 22, 2016.
Murad Khan Durani of East 31st St Tulsa OK was arrested by Coffee County Sheriff’s Department Corporal Harmon Campbell for Manufacturing/delivering/selling/possession of a controlled substance. As he was going into Bonnaroo, Durani was allegedly found to be in possession of 278 panes of what is believed to be blotter acid.
Bond was set at $25,000 and a court date of August 12, 2016.