Three people, Juan Carlos Williams, 47, Lazelle Davis, 32, and Travis Jermaine Herring, 30, have been arrested by the Gadsden County Sheriff’s Drug Task Force.
Williams was arrested after the drug task force officers served a warrant at his residency on Joe Adams Road where they found cocaine, marijuana seeds, marijuana, a metal scale, .22 caliber ammunition and cash.
He was arrested for felony marijuana possession with intent to sell, misdemeanor possession of marijuana under 20 grams, felony drug production and felony cocaine possession.
Williams was also charged for maintaining a dwelling where drugs are stored or sold (children were in the home).
Officers served another warrant at the home of Davis at a West Washington Street address in Quincy.
According to the police report, after entering the residence, task force members heard Herring running from a bedroom to a bathroom in the home.
Task force members located Herring coming from the rear bathroom after he flushed the toilet.
A pill bottle recovered that was wet to the touch tested positive for cocaine.
Davis has been charged with maintaining a drug house with minors present.
Herring was arrested for felony cocaine possession, possession of drug equipment and destroying evidence.
The report noted that Herring was out on bond for another drug-related case in Gadsden County.
If you have any information concerning these or any drug-related issues in Gadsden County, please contact Sgt. Rodney Moore at 850-627-9233