Santwan Holt, 20, Randall Gilmer, 20, and Michael Williams, 24, are all charged in what police describe as a cocaine distribution operation. In addition to cocaine, a search warrant resulted in the seizure of 3 Glock handguns and a Mini Draco. All three denied any knowledge of guns or drugs in the home.
Metro Nashville Police executed a search warrant at 2412 Oakwood Avenue on March 2nd, where they believed several individuals were distributing cocaine. In an upstairs bedroom, they located a loaded Glock 26 9mm with 23 rounds in an extended magazine, a loaded Glock 17 9mm with 23 rounds in an extended magazine, a loaded Glock 19 with 24 rounds an in extended magazine, and a Century Arms 7.62 Mini Draco with 30 rounds in the magazine.
Police report in the same bedroom as the firearms they located 7.4 grams of marijuana. In another upstairs bedroom, detectives located two separate bags of a powder that tested as having a cocaine base, totaling 14.7 grams. In that bedroom was also a digital scale, a glass pad, a credit card, small plastic bags, and a black mixer – all covered in cocaine residue.
Inside the house, police found 20-year-old Randall Gilmer, 20-year-old Santwan Holt, and 24-year-old Michael Williams. All three were booked into the Metro Nashville jail after the search.
Michael Williams, who posted a $54,000 bond shortly after being booked, was recently indicted by the Grand Jury on multiple charges of felony possession with intent, theft, paraphernalia, weapon possession, had his case set at ‘deferred/no conviction’ after a year of probation. His new charges include felon in possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon under prohibition, theft of a firearm, cocaine possession with intent to distribute, and various other weapons charges. All three denied knowing there were firearms in the home, and also denied any knowledge of the cocaine seized.
Randall Gilmer is currently held on charges for both this incident and other outstanding warrants, including felony aggravated assault and order of protection violations. New charges include theft of a firearm, drug possession, cocaine possession with intent to distribute, and a multitude of weapons charges. He remains jailed in lieu of a $75,000 bond.
Santwan Tramell Holt is current held on a $65,500 bond on charges including felon in possession of a weapon, various firearm possession counts, drug possession, paraphernalia, theft of a firearm, and possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.