24-year-old Donte Fentress is jailed without bond after detectives arrested him on outstanding warrants and executed a search warrant on his home Tuesday, finding multiple drugs, some of which are suspected to be Fentanyl.
Metro Nashville Police executed a narcotics search warrant on Riverchase Blvd Tuesday at the home of Donte T. Fentress, who also had outstanding warrants. Fentress was taken into custody in the garage of the residence upon arrival, at which time the search warrant was executed.
Inside the home, officers found several substances, some of which are believed to be Fentanyl that tested positive for cocaine on field tests. The majority of the drugs were found in the folds of pants in the closet. That’s where detectives seized 27.8 grams of powder in one bag, and 21.2 grams in another. Another bag of 14.2 grams of white rocks weighing just over 3 grams each was also found. A bag of pink powder weighing .9 grams of an unknown substance was found in the kitchen drawer.
Paraphernalia, to include a plastic straw on his person, digital scales, and a vacuum sealer were also found in the home, along with plastic bags and .40 caliber bullets.
Donte Fentress, 24, remains jailed without bond on a community corrections violation, a probation violation, and charges of drug paraphernalia possession, cocaine possession 26-299 grams, and possession w/intent to distribute, with additional charges pending. Should he clear his probation and community corrections holds, he will have a $100,000 bond.