Man jailed after officers find him behind a gas station with 18 grams of crack-cocaine

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23-year-old Justin Morris was charged with possession of cocaine with intent and unlawful drug paraphernalia when 18 grams of cocaine were recovered after officers saw him parked behind a closed gas station.

On September 1st, Metro Nashville Police Officers initiated a traffic stop when they observed a suspicious vehicle in the back parking lot of a closed gas station. Officers discovered Justin Morris alone in his vehicle. They also observed a small bag of a white substance and two small copper spoons in plain view on the floor of Morris’ vehicle.

Justin Morris (MNPD)
Justin Morris (MNPD)

Officers escorted him from the vehicle and he gave verbal consent to a search. The search yielded a bag full of smaller bags stuffed inside a carton of cigarettes. The substance had the appearance of crack-cocaine and field-tested positive for cocaine and had a total weight of 18 grams.

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Justin Morris was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine with intent and unlawful drug paraphernalia. He is jailed in lieu of a $5,000 bond.



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