Thursday 20 Jun 2019

ACE Team Raids Pikeville Home

Three suspects are jailed on pot and heroin charges after a raid on a Pikeville home. On Tuesday, The Wayne County ACE Team executed a search warrant at a residence on the 300 block of Bladestone Drive.  The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office had responded to Bladestone Drive earlier in the day in reference to a disturbance between neighbors.  While on the scene, patrol deputies reportedly smelled the pungent odor of marijuana emanating from the suspect residence.  A search warrant was granted on the home.  During the search, the Ace Team allegedly found 19-year-old Carl A. Jackson, III of Pikeville, 19-year-old Jeannautica T. Jones of Fremont, and 32-year-old Ricky S. Mason, Jr. of Pikeville in possession of suspected marijuana and heroin.  The three suspects were arrested on scene and eventually turned over to Wayne County Detention Center staff for booking.

Ricky Sherman Mason, Jr.
CHARGES: Trafficking Heroin by Transportation, Trafficking Heroin by Possession, PWISD Marijuana Maintaining a Dwelling/Vehicle (F), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
BOND: $ 805,000 Secured

Jeannautica Tealle Jones
CHARGES: PWISD Marijuana, Maintaining a Dwelling/Vehicle (F), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Marijuana
BOND: $ 10,000 Secured

Carl Anthony Jackson, III
CHARGES: PWISD Marijuana, Maintaining a Dwelling/Vehicle (F), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Marijuana
BOND: $ 5,000 Secured


  1. Carter says:

    That mess does something to your hair, I don’t believe I want anything like that !

  2. kialboots says:

    The three stooges..


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