A Savannah felon was arrested on Sunday after police discovered varied medication and a firearm in his possession.
Shortly after midnight Sunday, members of CNT and the Savannah police’s Violent Crimes Process Drive had been within the Augusta Avenue hall conducting undercover operations.
Spokesman Gene Harley stated brokers noticed a Nissan Altima “driving round suspiciously, making a number of stops alongside the roadway, and driving at excessive charges of pace.”
Brokers made contact with the automobile shortly after it parked. A search of the automobile resulted within the seizure of assorted types of managed substances to incorporate a trafficking quantity of MDMA, heroin, cocaine, marijuana, varied prescription drugs and objects in step with the distribution of managed substances.
Additionally they discovered a completely loaded semi-automatic pistol and counterfeit U.S. foreign money, and each objects had been seized.
CNT arrested the motive force, 35-year-old Rashawn Ferebee of Savannah.
Harley stated Ferebee was charged with a number of felony drug costs to incorporate trafficking MDMA, possession of a managed substance with intent to distribute and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Ferebee can also be charged with escape after he unsuccessfully tried to flee from officers after being positioned below arrest. Harley stated Ferebee not too long ago accomplished a federal sentence for firearm and drug convictions.
Ferebee is being held on the Chatham County Detention Middle.