Madison County deputies raid home on McCormick Drive

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MADISON COUNTY, Ala. — Madison County deputies say they found drugs and stolen property during a raid at a home on McCormick Drive.

Authorities tell us the believe the property found at the house was the result of a theft ring affecting storage sheds throughout the area that had been ongoing for several months. This home is believed to be a place to store the items that were taken, and narcotics.

Deputies say they believe many of the people whose property was found may not even be aware it had been stolen. They urge you to check your yards, homes, and sheds to account for things you had stored there.

Stolen property found at home on McCormick Drive

Stolen property found at home on McCormick Drive

Authorities say jewelry and guns were among the stolen property. Investigators also seized ice, oxycodone and marijuana.

Drugs found during raid at home on McCormick Drive

Drugs found during raid at home on McCormick Drive

Deputies are urging you to call the Madison County Sheriff’s office if you recognize any of the property in these photos. The number is 256-533-8820. Authorities advise you to file a report to get your things back.

Robert Parker, Photo: Madison County Sheriff's Office

Robert Parker, Photo: Madison County Sheriff’s Office

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Rex Segars, Photo: Madison County Sheriff’s Office

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Heidi Scott, Photo: Madison County Sheriff’s Office

Captain Michael Salomonsky said three people were arrested at this home on several drug-related charges, but he was certain more charges were coming in the case. Heidi Scott, 38, and Rex Segars, 57, were charged with trafficking crystal meth and possession of oxycodone and marijuana.

Robert Parker was charged with possession of marijuana 2nd.

“We are hoping this will make a small dent in the distribution of methamphetamine, particularly the high-grade substance which would be the ice,” said Capt. Salomonsky. He is also hoping this raid not only decreases thefts across the county, but also decreases trade of stolen property.