32 charged in Nashville undercover drug bust

Metro Nashville Police said 32 people were charged as part of an undercover drug investigation.

The three-day investigation yielded the seizure of heroin, marijuana, cocaine, prescription pills, five cell phones, electronics, and an SUV from apartments in the 620 block of 40th Avenue North.

During the investigation from Thursday to Sunday, detectives said they conducted undercover drug buys and dozens of illegal pill transactions.

Sherl Cox, 53, who lived at the apartment, is charged with felony drug possession with intent to distribute, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, and cocaine possession in a drug-free zone. Cox is free on a $27,500 bond.

Demarcus Terrell, 26, is charged with felony cocaine possession. At the time of his arrest, he was free on a $10,000 bond for selling cocaine. He's again free on bond.

Doral Newsom, 46, Annie Newsom, 67, and Joann Leflore, 28. are also all charged with felony drug possession in connection to the investigation. They are all free on bond.

The investigation also spanned into the execution of a search warrant at One Stop Market at 626 40th Avenue North. Two pistols, nearly $3,000 cash, glass pipes and screen mental were seized in that bust.

One Stop Market owners Jehad Harb, 48, and Nael Harb, 24, both of 15th Avenue North, were charged with manufacturing drug paraphernalia. They are both free on bond.

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