Over 1,000 "Synthetic Molly" pills found in Murfreesboro home

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A 43-year old man who was pulled over on Northfield Boulevard in Murfreesboro when police recognized him as having a revoked license was arrested on numerous charges. During the stop, Officer J. Sanford spoke to Ronald Williams, Jr. about suspicious activity as his residence. Williams allegedly told the officer that he only smokes marijuana personally. Officer Sanford asked how much marijuana was “personal.” Williams reportedly responded with the answer of "a half-pound."

According to the arrest report, Williams actually advised the officer that he would take him to his residence and show him his marijuana. Once inside the Chariot Drive home, police say they found over 1,000 “Synthetic Molly” pills.  A Ziploc bag containing what appeared to be a half pound of marijuana was also found in the house along with a large stack of cash, one shotgun, 2 handguns and drug paraphernalia. 

Williams was placed in handcuffs and now faces a long list of charges that he will have to answer to on September 2, 2014. In the meantime, he remains behind bars at the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center in Murfreesboro.

Charges:

  1. Possession of drug paraphernalia
  2. Felon in possession of a firearm
  3. Felony possession of a schedule six drug
  4. Theft under $500
  5. Possession of a synthetic drug with the intent to sell
  6. Driving on a revoked license for the 5th time
  7. Habitual offender

What does Synthetic Molly do?

The lab-created chemicals are mainly central nervous system stimulants that cause euphoric highs. They can also cause a rapid heartbeat, high blood pressure, blood vessel constriction and sweating, and can prevent the body from regulating temperature. Some of the chemicals have been reported to cause intense, prolonged panic attacks that can lead to psychosis and seizures. Once the chemicals wear off, they can cause devastating depression and death.

Source:

MPD Arrest Report #14-11327
Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office

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