HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Local law enforcement agencies have arrested three people on drug charges and are looking for two more. Meanwhile, they have a huge stash of cocaine, cash and weapons off the streets.
Huntsville Police, the Madison County Strategic Drug Team and the local DEA announced the arrests and evidence seizure on Wednesday afternoon.
They arrested three people last week at two locations: Research Park Station, a new subdivision, and Norton Avenue. They are looking for two more suspects as well.
Agents seized two cars, $93,000 worth of cocaine, just under $125,000 in cash, and weapons. Specifically, they seized three handguns, one assault rifle, and a number of magazines including some extended clips.
The following people are in custody:
-Bradley Scott Corbett, 35, of Huntsville – charged with possession of cocaine, conspiracy to traffic over one kilogram of cocaine, possession of marijuana 1st, possession of forged instrument 1st
-Kamula Nicole Moore, 29, of Huntsville – charged with possession of cocaine, conspiracy to traffic over one kilogram of cocaine, possession of marijuana 1st, possession of forged instrument 1st
-Tina Sherelle Huffman, 28, of Huntsville – charged with trafficking cocaine
Two men are still wanted on charges of trafficking cocaine: Royce Justin Davenport, 33, and Terry Jermaine Robinson, 28.
Huntsville Police ask citizens to contact them if you know where these men are. The number to call is (256) 722-7100.