An undercover operation that resulted in the purchase of heroin and methamphetamine revolved into a midnight drug raid at a Newport Road residence Saturday night and the arrests of two men on pending felony charges.
Carter County Sheriff Chris Bryant said members of the CCSD and an OBN agent conducted the raid. Taken into custody was Jarad Dillard, who was found inside the house at the time entry was made. A short time later, Chadrick Muncy, identified as the occupant of the house arrived home and was taken into custody. A  31-year-old Dickson man, who was in the company of Muncy, was also arrested after being found in possession of drug paraphernalia, and faces a pending misdemeanor charge.
All three were arrested without incident and booked into the Carter County Detention Center.
Discussing the earlier “buy” that led to the raid, Bryant, said, “The purchase of both heroin and methamphetamine was made from Muncy inside his home.”
During the raid officers confiscated marijuana and items described as drug paraphernalia.
Late Sunday afternoon Muncy, 45, remained detained in the CCDC pending charges of maintaining a dwelling were drugs are kept/sold, distribution of heroin and distribution of methamphetamine. Dillard, 30, continued to be detained on a pending charge of possession of methamphetamine. Both men have criminal histories including felony drug convictions. Muncy is also scheduled for a case conference Thursday on 2016 charges of possession of methamphetamine and marijuana.
Reports of the weekend case are expected to be presented to the district attorney’s office today for consideration of formal charges. Muncy and Dillard could make initial appearances in connection with this latest case in Carter County District Court as early as this afternoon.
However, Bryant said late Sunday the case remains ongoing.
“More arrests are anticipated,” he said.