An undercover drug investigation by the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department resulted in the arrest of four people on Midway Road Friday night.
30 year old Ronald Jacobsen, his wife 30 year old Tammy Jacobsen, and Kristopher Davis all of 2259 Midway Road, and 25 year old Christina Johnson of Old Stone Court, Lavergne were arrested at the Jacobsen and Davis residence.
Sheriff Patrick Ray says a search warrant was executed and served at the residence on Friday night, about 72 hours after an undercover drug buy was made there.
Jacobsen is charged with sale and delivery of a schedule II controlled substance (Dilaudid), sale and delivery of a schedule III controlled substance (Hydrocodone), simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance (Marijuana), and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia including scales, pipes, hemostats, straws, bongs, pill crushers, marijuana grinders, and rolling papers. Bond for Jacobsen is set at $43,000 and he will appear in General Sessions Court March 29th.
Mrs. Jacobsen is charged with criminal conspiracy to sell and deliver a schedule II controlled substance (Dilaudid), simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance (Marijuana), and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Her bond is set at $23,000 and she will be in court on the charges March 29th. Sheriff Ray says the conspiracy charge against Mrs. Jacobsen is because she witnessed the dilaudid drug transaction between her husband and the undercover agent.
Johnson is charged with unlawful possession of a schedule III controlled substance (Loratab). Her bond is $3,500 and she will be in court March 29th. Sheriff Ray says Johnson had pills on her person believed to have been Loratab.
Davis was cited for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Sheriff Ray says Davis had paraphernalia on him including pipes and a marijuana grinder.
Five children were also in the home from toddler age to pre-teens. Sheriff Ray says because children were present where illegal activity was taking place, the Department of Children's Services was notified.
Sheriff Ray adds that the Jacobsen's are already convicted felons and are not supposed to possess any firearms, but officers found a loaded handgun and two shotguns in the house. He says the Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms will be contacted and possible federal charges could be placed against the Jacobsen's for illegal possession of guns.