Medication, weapons and cash discovered throughout search of Rogersville residence

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – A search for a Rogersville Residence led to the discovery of more than 18 pounds marijuana, nine Fire arms and nearly $ 20,000. As a result of the search, Aaron Paciorek was arrested.

Aaron Paciorek

That Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office‘s Narcotics Unit and Tactical Unit issued a warrant for the sale of marijuana in a residence on Price Grove Road at 2am on Tuesday.

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Officials found over 18 pounds of marijuana, nearly 4 ounces of THC wax, $ 19,974 in cash, an electronic money counter, four drug books, nine firearms, 1,054 different caliber ammunition, and 11 different caliber magazines. Paciorek told police he had been selling marijuana for five years and that the money he found came from drug sales.

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Paciorek was arrested on nine counts for possession of Category VI drugs with intent to deliver, maintaining an apartment that houses or selling narcotics, and possession of a firearm while committing a crime. He was taken to Hawkins County Jail.

Indianapolis Mass Shooter Legally Bought 2 Assault-Model Weapons Regardless of FBI Considerations

The teenage police say eight people fatally shot in a FedEx warehouse Indianapolis this week legally bought the two semi-automatic rifles he was using, even though those The FBI questioned him last year after a disturbing warning from his mother, the local police chief said.

Agents interviewed 19-year-old Brandon Hole after his mother told the FBI that she feared her son might create a dangerous situation “Police suicide.” Hole took his own life after the FedEx shoot.

The teenager was apparently not arrested after interrogation by the FBI last year. Paul Keenan, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Indianapolis branch, said the agents had found no evidence of a crime.

But the Indianapolis police at that time seized a shotgun hole Randal Taylor, chief of the city police, had bought the New York Times 24 hours earlier because of concerns about his mental state. He was also taken to a local hospital for examination.

Nevertheless, according to the police, Hole was able to legally buy the two powerful offensive weapons last July and September.

The state’s red flag law was not used to keep firearms out of Hole’s possession. Such laws, which exist in at least a dozen states, prohibit people from putting themselves or others at risk if they have weapons.

It was not immediately clear whether officials had ever opened a trial under the law to exclude Hole from gun possession, or whether a judge might have ruled against such a lawsuit. In any case, the red flag laws only temporarily restrict gun ownership.

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Cash, weapons, ammo recovered after Pittsfield Township financial institution theft, police chase

On Ypsilanti Mann led police on a car chase that ended in a crash Tuesday after robbing one Pittsfield Township Bank.

Police said they were called to Chase Bank at 4101 E. Ellsworth Road at 1:22 pm to commit a robbery.

Witnesses gave the police a description of the robber, his vehicle and the route he had taken. Police were able to track down the vehicle the 48-year-old man was driving, but he fled and a car chase ensued until he crashed on US-23 and Washtenaw Avenues.

Stolen money, several firearms and ammunition were recovered at the scene of the accident and in the suspect’s vehicle, the police said. The man also wore body armor.

The man was injured in the crash and was taken to a hospital, where he is listed in severe but stable condition, police said. He will continue to be tested and treated.

The robbery is being investigated further. Anyone with information is asked to call the confidential TIP line at the Pittsfield Township Police Department at 734-822-4958.

Rapper ‘Cash Luggage’ arrested in Fresno with counterfeit cash and prop weapons utilized in music movies, police say

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE / KGPE) – Fresno police arrested a man they called a “would-be rapper” with counterfeit money and props for music videos Thursday morning.

Officials said they were checking the welfare of a child around 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday evening when they were talking to a woman who may have been a victim.

Police passed “money bags” Thursday morning, the real name of which is Devon Watson.

During the traffic obstruction, Fresno police said they found the wrong money and guns for rap videos.

Watson was arrested on a Los Angeles warrant. No other charges were filed.