Four people were arrested after deputies raided the mobile home at 281 Holly Tree Road in Carrollton, where marijuana, cocaine, Ecstasy pills and prescription pills were found inside, according to sheriff’s Inv. Telisha Gibson.
Marco Wyatt, 30, and Addelle Vanway, 26, both of the residence, were charged with possession of prescription pills not kept in the original container.
Wyatt was charged with additional counts of possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, possession of Ecstasy with the intent to distribute, two counts of possession of prescription pills and possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute. Vanway was charged with additional counts of misdemeanor possession of marijuana and felony possession of prescription pills.
Two other people at the mobile home, Katrina Kendrix, 34, and Christopher Farley, 24, both of Carrollton, were charged. Kendrix was arrested for two counts of possession of prescription pills, possession of marijuana and possession of pills not kept in an original container. Farley was charged with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, according to sheriff’s investigators.
Gibson said the unit had received information from the public regarding suspected illegal narcotics sales at the mobile home because of the high volume of traffic visiting it.
Deputies conducted surveillance at the mobile home and witnessed during the undercover operation a large number of people going to the mobile home, which investigators believed was related to drug sales.
When deputies searched the home, they found about 4 grams of cocaine, 10 Ecstasy pills, which typically are sold on the street for about $40, approximately 30 prescription muscle relaxants and pain pills, nearly an ounce of marijuana and digital scales possibly used in the distribution of narcotics, according to Gibson.
“There have been complaints from concerned citizens about that location that started more than a year ago,” she said. “Again, information from the public and the use of other investigative techniques have helped get a number of known drug users that have been selling drugs off of our streets. Several of those arrested have had a history of selling drugs.”
Authorities said during the investigation it was learned that Wyatt had four outstanding warrants for his arrest in Carroll County, including warrants for drug possession, failure to appear in court on 11 counts of forgery and violating the terms of his probation.