COPS: Search warrant yields drug find
A search warrant led police over the weekend to reportedly discover multiple illegal narcotics and possible drug packaging inside a home on Wilson Road.
According to a declaration of arrest in the case, officers served a search warrant at a residence located at 930 E. Wilson Road around 12:25 a.m. Sunday morning.
Upon their arrival to the home, they found only one person inside, who was identified as Candy Dannellan.
After being shown the search warrant for the home and being asked if she had any narcotics in the home, she allegedly replied she did not.
Deputies then began to search the home for drugs.
According to the report, in the living room area officers found a glass water pipe with residue, a ceramic pip with residue, a glass jar containing a residue of what appeared to the marijuana and six brown capsules packaged for sales in clear plastic baggies.
In the master bedroom, police reportedly found three blue tablets identified as Zolpidem, three white tablets of Methadone Hydrochloride in a pink container, a large baggy with a white crystalline substance, 25 hypodermic devices, a glass pipe with residue, two more plastic bags with dollar sign imprints and a swirly glass pipe with residue.
Also discovered in the hallway and a spare bedroom were another long glass pipe with residue and a small plastic bag with a white crystalline substance inside of a Crown Royal bag.
An officer at the home also noticed that Dannellan had marks on her arm consistent with drug use.
Dannellan was placed under arrest and transported to the Nye County Detention Center. She was booked into custody on charges of possession of a schedule one controlled substance, possession of a schedule one controlled substance with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a hypodermic device, possession of a dangerous drug without prescription, two counts of possession of a schedule two controlled substance and possession of a schedule four controlled substance.