Police have reportedly busted a massive drug dealing operation at Bonnaroo festival, which took place last weekend (9th June-12th June) at Great Stage Park in Tennessee.
Coffee County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lucky Knott confirmed that two men, Chattanooga residents Brian Anthony Wiley, 29, and Trevor Franklin Watson III, 24 were both arrested and are now facing multiple drug-related charges.
The value of the drugs seized has not been revealed, but the Tennessean reports authorities found cash that is suspected to have been used in drugs transactions at Bonnaroo, a ledger, and a number of drink cans with false containers. They also report the full rundown of what the men are said to have been found with.
They report Wiley was found to be in possession of 202 jars of THC oil, weighing about 15 milliliters; two bags of mushrooms, weighing about 7 grams each; three bags with about 60 panes of blotter acid; 241 bags of about 120.5 grams of what is believed to be Ketamine; 22 bags of a white powdery substance weighing about 144.5 grams of what is believed to be cocaine; six Xanax bars; and 220 bags weighing about 1,210 grams of a green plantlike material believed to be marijuana.
Watson is said to have been found to be in possession of six bottles containing 15 milliliters of THC oil; 10 bags of a green plantlike material weighing about 20 grams believed to be marijuana; two grams of a white powdery substance believed to be cocaine; four Molly capsules; 14 bags of a crystal substance weighing about 14 grams of a substance believed to be Molly; and 13 bags of a powdery substance weighing about 13 grams believed to be Ketamine.
Wiley is facing charges of manufacturing, delivering, selling and possession of a controlled substance as well as possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia, whilst Watson faces charges of manufacturing, delivering, selling and possession of a controlled substance.
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