The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday that two men were arrested on August 31 by the Regional Narcotics Unit on suspicion of trafficking almost 6 pounds of illegal drugs.
Kerry “Fab” Williams, age 34, and James Plummer, age 40, were arrested on a number of drug charges, some of which were as serious as trafficking. The sheriff’s office said that Williams was on parole because he had been convicted of drug trafficking in the past.
The sheriff’s office said that investigators found them near the Atlantis Hotel Casino Resort with 5.15 pounds of suspected methamphetamine and about 11.8 ounces of suspected heroin. They also had drugs for personal use.
Williams was also arrested because he was a former criminal who didn’t register within 48 hours.
Detectives from the Reno Police Department, the Sparks Police Department, the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, the University of Nevada Police Department, the Nevada National Guard, and Homeland Security Investigations are all a part of the Regional Narcotics Unit.
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