Drugs, drug paraphernalia, weapons, money and even a vehicle were confiscated during a raid in Verbena.

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Three arrested in Verbena drug raid

Published 2:22pm Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Officers with the Chilton County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Unit confiscated about one pound of marijuana, four grams of powder cocaine, Alprazolam, two weapons, more than $300 and a 1990 Toyota Camry in a drug raid on Oct. 6.

Three arrests were made in the raid near the 4800 block of County Road 59 in Verbena:

Arrested in raid were, from left, James Edward Little Sr., James Edward Little Jr. and Jarvis Little.

•James Edward Little Jr., 29, of Verbena was charged with unlawful distribution of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana first degree, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

•Jarvis Donte Little, 21, of Verbena was charged with conspiracy to commit a controlled substance crime.

•James Edward Little Sr., 55, of Verbena was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana second degree and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

“The search warrant and arrests were the result of a month-long investigation by narcotics officers after receiving information that narcotics were being concealed and distributed at the residence,” Chief Deputy Shane Mayfield said. “Citizens of the county are encouraged to continue and assist in the stand against illegal narcotics activities by contacting the Chilton County Sheriff’s Office with information.”

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  • RustyC

    Wow look at that the Sheriff’s Department really does work out in the county, they usually work in the City Limits

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