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Pills, Guns, Funny Money Found at Columbia Home, Seven Arrested

PHOTO: Corey Ross Tucker

COLUMBIA, Miss.–Pills, meth, pot, guns and counterfeit money were all found at a house in Columbia Friday after the Marion County Narcotics Task Force, Marion County deputies and the Columbia Police Dept. stormed the place with a search warrant.

Seven people were arrested, including Corey Ross Tucker, the to whom the house belongs.

Law enforcement briefed media on the search and the charges Monday.

Tucker, Alberto Rego, Frank Powell, III; Bob Ezell, Darius Moses, Cameron Hilton and Natasha Blackwell were all charged with selling drugs, having guns within 1,500 ft. of a church and making and having counterfeit money.

Each person got a bond of a half million dollars. Tucker’s bond was set at $505,000.

More arrests are possible. They are still investigating the drugs and counterfeit cash.

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