This past weekend at Bonnaroo Music Festival, police apprehended two individuals accused of running a large-scale drug operation within the festival. Brian Anthony Wiley, 29, and Trevor Franklin Watson III, 24, have both been arrested on multiple drug-related charges, confirmed Coffee County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lucky Knott.
According to Tennessean reporter Natalie Neysa Alund:
Wiley was found to be in possession of 202 jars of THC oil, weighing about 15 milliliters; two bags of mushrooms, weighing about 7 grams each; three bags with about 60 panes of blotter acid; 241 bags of about 120.5 grams of what is believed to be Ketamine; 22 bags of a white powdery substance weighing about 144.5 grams of what is believed to be cocaine; six Xanax bars; and 220 bags weighing about 1,210 grams of a green plantlike material believed to be marijuana.
Watson was found to be in possession of six bottles containing 15 milliliters of THC oil; 10 bags of a green plantlike material weighing about 20 grams believed to be marijuana; two grams of a white powdery substance believed to be cocaine; four Molly capsules; 14 bags of a crystal substance weighing about 14 grams of a substance believed to be Molly; and 13 bags of a powdery substance weighing about 13 grams believed to be Ketamine.
That’s a lot of drugs.
Police were also able to locate a ledger and wads of cash believed to be used in transactions at the festival. Wiley was being held on $255,000 bond Monday, and Watson was being held on $50,000 bond.
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