25-year-old James Threlkeld was charged with 15 counts of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana with intent, and possession of THC with intent when he allowed officers to walk through his home that was chock full of weed and money.
On June 30th, Appling Farms Precinct Officers Romero, Dolan, and Osborn were called to 773 Berry Road to investigate a missing person/kidnapping. According to the affidavit, they spoke with James Threlkeld who voluntarily led the officers through the residence. While walking through they observed quantities of suspected marijuana and money stashed in various parts of the home.
Organized Crime Unit members Sergeant Jackson and Detective Bond made the scene and a search warrant was granted. Threlkeld suggested that there was around $14,000 on the premises. A search produced $25,235 in bills of multiple denominations, 304.2 grams of cannabis, approximately 3.2 pounds of THC wax, a digital scale, and 14 bongs. The property where these items were found is one half of a mile from White Station High School.
James Threlkeld was arrested and charged with 15 counts of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana with intent, and possession of THC with intent. His bond was set at $5,000.