Fugitive caught at Nashville car wash; Police seize 7 lbs of marijuana, pills, stolen guns


Metro Nashville Police arrested a felon at a Nashville car wash and found drugs, cash and weapons at his home on Friday.

Undercover detectives arrested Cedric Doss, a convicted felon and fugitive, at a car wash on Doverside Drive. While searching his car, police found 12 oxycodone pills, one Xanax bar, and $1,414 cash.

Officers were working on a drug-related warrant for Doss' home on Oakview Drive and saw Kirkendoll, 27, who also lives at the Oakview Drive house, and Gary McCree, 34, enter the home and grab a large red bag.

Kirkendoll and McCree drove off, and police stopped them a short time later on Brick Church Pike. A police dog detected drugs inside the car, and police found the red bag in the truck. It held more than three pounds of marijuana, a baggy with seven prescription pain pills, two stolen handguns, and $9,450 cash.

In a later search of the Oakview home, police found two loaded guns, a small amount of marijuana and $641 cash.

McCree, a Gallatin resident, was charged with gun possession during the commission of a felony, felony drug possession with intent to sell, and being a fugitive from justice for drug violations in Michigan. He was held on a $26,000 bond.

Kirkendoll was charged with gun possession during the commission of a felony and felony drug possession with intent to sell. She was held on a $76,000 bond.

Doss was charged with three probation violations and faces additional felony charges.

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