(Smith County Insider Press) – On January 18, 2020, Sergeant Junior Fields and Deputy Nathan Williams went to a residence on Cookeville Highway after receiving information of a Snapchat post of what appeared to be marijuana.
According to the police report, Jeremy Marshawn Davis, Jr. (19, Carthage) looked out the window when Sergeant Fields knocked on the door but did not open it. The homeowner came to the door and consented for Sergeant Fields and Deputy Williams to enter the residence, after which they noticed the smell of marijuana. Sergeant Fields requested permission to search the residence, and consent was granted by the homeowner.
While searching the residence, a small baggie of marijuana was given to Sergeant Fields by Tyler Mallory (19, Carthage). Further search of the residence revealed approximately 6.6 ounces of marijuana in Davis’s bedroom.
According to the police report, it was discovered that Mallory and Davis were selling marijuana together. They were both placed under arrest and transported to the Smith County Jail for processing.
Mallory and Davis are both charged with possession of Schedule VI, possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use, and Criminal Conspiracy to Sell Schedule VI (felony).