28-year-old Jacy Moore was charged with felon possessing a handgun, possession firearm felony, unlawfully carrying weapon, driving on suspended, possession of Alprazolam and marijuana, marijuana, fake license plate, paraphernalia, and theft.
On September 3rd, Shelby County Officer’s Nowell and Booth responded to a weapon law violation at Exxon located at 1369 Sycamore View. Nowell was southbound on Sycamore View when he observed a purple Nissan Altima with fake 30-day temporary tags. The fake tags were said to expire on October 29th, 2020, and were not fully filled out. The officer pulled the vehicle over and the driver was observed turning around and stuffing something in the back of the vehicle while stopping. Nowell approached the vehicle and as Jacy Moore rolled the window down a strong odor of marijuana emitted from inside the vehicle.
Moore was identified using her Tennessee ID and it was discovered her license was revoked for driving under the influence. Moore was asked to exit the vehicle and the officer observed two bags of marijuana in the pocket of the driver’s side door. She was taken into custody and a search produced two pills in Moore’s front right pocket as well as a grinder, more pills, and a black Walther 9 mm in the back seat which was discovered to be stolen. The weapon was fully loaded without a round chambered. Police also found a scale in the center console of the vehicle. In total, police recovered ten grams of marijuana and sixty-eight Alprazolam. Jacy Moore was also found to be a convicted felon after a guilty plea in April of 2018.
Jacy Moore was arrested and charged with a convicted felon in possession of a handgun, possession of a firearm during a dangerous felony, driving while license is suspended or revoked, possession of controlled substance Alprazolam with intent to sell, possession of marijuana, violation of vehicle registration law, possession of drug paraphernalia, and theft of property. Her bond was set at $25,000.