On Tuesday, A USPS parcel containing 2610 Xanax pills was delivered to 430 Tampa Drive in Nashville, by detectives from the MNPD’s Major Crimes Task Force, agents from U.S. Homeland Security, & U.S. Postal Inspectors. They made a controlled delivery of an intercepted drug filled parcel to the Tampa Drive address.
Timothy D. Watkins, 25, arrived and took control of the package, which originated in Canada. Under miranda, he admitted that the Xanax pills were his and that he sold them. A consent search was conducted at 3527 Albee Drive (Davidson County) where the defendant was staying and found was 10 bags (8 vacuum sealed bags, 2 plastic baggies) containing pills believed to Xanax/Alprazolam pills. Defendant advised that the pills were his.
In total, more than 35,600 Xanax/Alprazolam tablets that were shipped to Nashville from Canada, and seized.
Also found were (3) rifles and (1) 7.62 handgun. A Colt AR-15 5.56 SN# 4202756 was ran through NCIC and came back as stolen. Found in the defendant’s vehicle was a loaded .9mm Glock 19 SN# ZUN533 between the driver seat and the center console. This handgun was ran through NCIC and came back stolen.
Watkins was released from jail after posting a $37,500 bond.
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