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Three charged in drug bust
Mar 07, 2013 5:00 pm
Three men face multiple drug charges after police raided three Lebanon homes Thursday.
According to Lebanon police Chief Scott Bowen, officers were investigating possible drug activity at the three homes – two on Toshiba Drive and one on Burdock Street – for the last several months.
The Lebanon police, TBI, FBI and Lebanon Public Safety officers and Lebanon’s SWAT team joined to lead the early morning search, said Bowen.
Police seized large quantities of marijuana and cocaine and several thousand dollars, said Bowen.
“We don’t have exact amounts yet because we’re still packaging everything up right now,” said Bowen on Thursday afternoon.
Terrance L. Lampkens, 34, of Lebanon, was charged with simple possession and possession of schedule two narcotics for resale.
Aderius L. Bingham, 21, of Lebanon, was charged with possession of schedule two narcotics and possession with intent for resale.
Darryl J. Wallace, 28, of Nashville, was charged with simple possession.
Bowen said the houses, which are rental properties, were equipped with surveillance systems along the outside perimeters and the doors were barred from the inside.
He said police also found a bulletproof vest and two ammunition magazines for an assault rifle, but the weapon itself was not found.
Lampkens is being held without bond in Wilson County Jail; Bingham is being held on $3,000 bond; Wallace was released on $1,500 bond.