Four Arrested in Narcotics Buy-Bust, One Suspect Charged with Violent Burglary
SPRING HILL – Yesterday RNRF caught up with Vice and Narcotics Detectives at the Chevron gas station on Spring Hill Drive, after undercover detectives conducted a buy-bust operation with several suspects near the gas pumps. (CLICK FOR ORIGINAL REPORT)
This morning the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of 4 suspects in connection with yesterday’s operation, and one of the suspects was wanted in connection with a recent violent burglary
According to reports, 24-year-old William Xavier Glover and passenger Ashley Roller, 23, met at the Chevron to conduct a narcotics transaction with an undercover detective. Prior to their arrival, Glover met with Sammi Jo Martinez, 26, and Nicholas Bailey, 24, to pick up a bag of marijuana, which is what he later brought to the Chevron.
Once the transaction was complete, detectives moved in and arrested all four suspects without incident.
During a search of the suspect’s vehicle, detectives discovered cocaine and marijuana packaged for sale. They also discovered a digital scale and other drug paraphernalia.
Detectives soon discovered that Glover was wanted in connection with a felony battery and burglary that occurred in January of this year.
Glover is charged with Sales and Possession of Marijuana, among other drug related charges, and Burglary with Battery. His total bond is set at $39,000.
Bailey is charged with Sales and Possession of Marijuana and other related charges and is held on $11,000.
Martinez faces Possession of Cocaine with Intent to sale and Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia. She is currently held on $21,000 bond.
Roller is charged with Principle to Sale Marijuana and allowing an authorized driver to operate a motor vehicle. Roller has posted a $3,000 bond.
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