Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-09-22 21:10:49 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) — Police said the man, who was investigating his role in multiple overdose deaths, was selling about £ 1 of methamphetamine and £ 1 of heroin a week before his arrest.
Randall Maryman, 41, was arrested by authorities last week. Metro police say Maryman was a direct source of information for drug users in homeless camps in West Nashville.
He is believed to have sold drugs containing fentanyl to 20 to 30 people a day for the past few months.
Police executed search warrants at Shawnee Drive’s home and four storage units related to his case. The following items have been confiscated.
- $ 23,299
- 34 guns
- 2,681 ammunition
- Stimulant 381 grams
- 41 grams of heroin / fentanyl
- 2018 Dodge Charger
According to police, almost all recovered narcotics have been tested positive for fentanyl, which is associated with 78% of all overdose deaths in Nashville.
Maryman is investigating multiple overdose deaths in Davidson and the surrounding counties. He is bound by a $ 150,000 bond.
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