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Southaven police arrested 11 people Wednesday in a drug bust that netted methamphetamine and crystal methamphetamine from a home in the Colonial Hills area.

According to Police Chief Steve Pirtle, officers served a narcotics search warrant on the home in the 2000 block of Colonial Hills Drive.

“This was the result of an investigation by our narcotics officers after receiving numerous complaints from the neighborhood about this residence,” Pirtle said.

The suspects were charged after officers searched the home and found the meth and crystal meth, Pirtle said.

The chief said he was unsure of the bond amounts for the suspects.

Those arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance are:

April Leigh Staggs, 35; Kristen Dale Harris, 24; and Brack Coby Harris, 25, all of Potts Camp, Mississippi; James Steven Miller, 28, and Whitney Marie Hickman, 28, both of Southaven; Ashley Dee Canady, 32, of Germantown; Courtnee Nicole Gray, 29, of Coldwater, Mississippi; Brian Christopher Hayes, 23, of Red Banks, Mississippi; and Steven John Williams, 27, of Memphis.

Also arrested were Shane Stanley Hickman, 30, of Southaven, who was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, and Zachary Harris, 24, of Byhalia, Mississippi, charged with possession of a controlled substance and being a fugitive from justice.

 

 

 

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