Jasper Police Department

8 arrested, charged in raid on Jasper home

By RON HARRIS, Daily Mountain Eagle
Posted 5/12/19

Eight people were taken into custody Thursday at a home on Brakefield Dairy Road after Jasper police executed a search warrant following complaints from neighbors.

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Jasper Police Department

8 arrested, charged in raid on Jasper home

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Eight people were taken into custody Thursday at a home on Brakefield Dairy Road after Jasper police executed a search warrant following complaints from neighbors.

Jasper Police Chief J.C. Poe said his office had received numerous complaints of potential illegal drug activity at the home at 1205 Brakefield Dairy Road.

Neighbors suspected something was amiss because of increased traffic at the home, Poe said. Their suspicions were right, he added.

Undercover narcotics officers made several purchases of illegal drugs at the home. That led to a search warrant being issued and Thursday’s raid.

Eight people were arrested when police executed the search warrant. Several other people were at the home but not arrested.

Those arrested, and charges filed again them, were:

•Terry Royster, 54, second-degree possession of marijuana, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

•Jennifer Tingle, 33, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, failure to appear in court

•Kary Meadows, 48, unlawful possession of a possession of a controlled substance

•David Taylor, 34, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

•Kelly Glaze, 28, unlawful distribution of a controlled substance

•Torey Cheatwood, 26, warrants held by Cordova police

•Dana Morales, 46, two counts of failure to appear in court

•Eric Taylor, 32, failure to appear in court.

“The activity at that home had definitely become a nuisance in the community,” said Poe, who expressed appreciation to those in the community who alerted police to suspected illegal activity at the home.