Pair Face Drug Charges after Search of Home

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JACKSON, Tenn. – Police said a search of a home in north Jackson resulted in two people being charged with drug crimes. According to a news release, the Jackson-Madison County Metro Narcotics Unit served a narcotics search warrant at 13 Moss Drive, Thursday. Police said that Orlando Williamson and Belinda Jones live at the residence. Officers reportedly found a bag of marijuana lodged in the bowl of the toilet. They believe Williamson had attempted to dispose of it before the officers could get inside the house. Police said the bag contained approximately 85.6 grams of marijuana. Investigators said they also found two digital scales with marijuana residue inside the home. Police said they found Belinda Jones in her car when they approached the residence. A search of her purse reportedly resulted in the discovery of a small amount of marijuana. Orlando Armond Williamson, 28, was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell or distribute, tampering with evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia. Williamson was booked into the Madison County Jail. Belinda E. Jones, 29, was charged with simple possession of marijuana. Police ask that with additional information about this case or any other drug activity call the Jackson Madison County Metro Narcotics Unit at (731) 424-6485 or Crime Stoppers at (731) 424-8477.

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