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Acting on information received by citizens that illegal narcotics were being sold from 120 Wilson St. in Tifton, agents with the Mid-South Narcotics Task Force and Tift County deputies initiated an investigation on the residence.
During the investigation, undercover agents were able to go to the residence and purchase marijuana and powdered MDMA, the drug better known as ecstasy or molly on various occasions. Also, during the investigation, on one occasion undercover agents were able to purchase a stolen pistol from one of the suspects in the residence.
After the undercover investigation was completed, a search warrant for the residence was obtained and served. During the search of the residence, agents and deputies seized approximately 117 grams of suspected powdered MDMA, which some of the powder had been placed in capsules for distribution, 31 grams of suspected marijuana, two pistols and the paraphernalia used to seal the MDMA into capsules.
As part of this investigation, the following individuals were arrested: 29-year-old Ivan Roshaun White of 120 Wilson St., Tifton, charged with trafficking MDMA, sale of MDMA and possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute; 26-year-old Rashad Mycal Henderson of 606 Washington St., Tifton, charged with trafficking MDMA, sale of marijuana and possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute; 36-year-old Kelvin Antonio Greene of 1121 S. Park Ave., Tifton, charged with trafficking MDMA, sale of MDMA and possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute; and 22-year-old Rodrigizes Ladonita Williams of 4114 Midland Ave., Tifton, charged with theft by receiving stolen property.
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