On Wednesday March 5, three individuals were arrested in connection with possessing and trafficking cocaine in Huntsville, Alabama. Authorities said they were searching for two other individuals they believed to be connected after conducting a drug operation which led them to a large amount of cocaine.
Those arrested include 29-year-old Kamula Nicole Moore, 28-year-old Tina Sherelle Huffman, and 35-year-old Bradley Scott Corbett. Huffman was charged with trafficking cocaine on Thursday; Corbett and Moore were each charged with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, possession of a forged instrument, and conspiracy to traffic cocaine. According to WAFF48 (waff.com), two drug busts led to the arrests of the three individuals, and nearly 1,000 grams of cocaine. Authorities said the cocaine had a street value of $93,000.
While investigating, authorities located $125,000 in cash along with 931 grams of cocaine, two cars, an assault rifle, and several other guns. Investigators had been working the drug operation, specifically targeting what they described as a “major” drug trafficking ring.
Police were still in search of Terry Jermaine Robinson and Royce Davenport at the time of news reports, and had issued warrants for their arrests. The three individuals who have been charged were arrested at 323 Research Park Station and 2708 Norton Avenue.
The criminal penalties for cocaine possession with intent to deliver or distribute in Michigan are extremely serious, and depend on a number of factors including criminal history and the amount of cocaine involved. Anyone found in possession of 931 grams of cocaine and charged with possession with intent will potentially face punishment which includes fines of up to $500,000 and up to 30 years in prison if convicted.
As the war on drugs continues across the U.S., criminal penalties become more and more harsh in many states. A drug conviction can not only take away a person’s freedom, but literally ruin his or her reputation, career, and relationships. If you have been arrested or are under investigation for possession or distribution of any illegal drug or narcotic including cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin, or even prescription drugs, consult with an experienced and aggressive Michigan drug crime defense attorney immediately.