By Amanda Wicks
Finding drugs at a music festival might not seem like big news, but two men outdid themselves when they brought a veritable illegal pharmacy to this year’s Bonnaroo.
Police arrested Chattanooga residents Brian Anthony Wiley, 29, and Trevor Franklin Watson III, 24, for several drug-related charges on June 9th, according to the Tennessean. Coffee County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lucky Knott said in a statement police had found “a very large amount of drugs” on the two men.
What constitutes a “very large amount of drugs” exactly?
On Wiley, deputies found:
- 202 jars of THC oil, weighing about 15 milliliters
- 2 bags of mushrooms, weighing about 7 grams each
- 3 bags with about 60 panes of blotter acid
- 241 bags of about 120.5 grams of what police believe is Ketamine
- 22 bags of white powder weighing about 144.5 grams of what police believe is cocaine
- 6 Xanax bars
- 220 bags weighing about 1,210 grams of a green plantlike substance police believe is marijuana
On Watson, deputies found:
- 6 bottles containing 15 milliliters of THC oil
- 10 bags weighing 20 grams of a green plantlike substance police believe is marijuana
- 2 grams of a white powder police believe is cocaine
- 4 Molly capsules
- 14 bags of a crystal substance weighing 14 grams, which police believe is Molly
- 13 bags of a powdery substance weighing about 13 grams, which police believe is Ketamine
The men also had in their possession a large amount of cash police believe was from previous transactions and a ledger to record their sales. As of June 13th, Wiley is being held on $255,000 bond, while Watson is being held on $50,000 bond.