A Knox County man is facing mutliple charges after he was arrested with more than a hundred prescription pills in his home.
After a four-month long undercover investigation, investigators with the Knox County Sheriff's Office arrested Floyd Junior Hammond, 65, at his home on Ramsey Lane in East Knox County on Thursday.
In Hammond's home, officers found 123 Schedule III pills, multiple other pills, five shotguns, one rifle, two handguns (one of which was stolen), 12 vehicles (two of which were stolen), and an undisclosed amount of cash.
Hammond was armed with a loaded gun when officers arrived, but he was arrested without incident.
Hammond was charged with possession of a firearm during commission of felony, theft of property, and manufacture, delivery, sale, or possession of a schedule III controlled substance.
He's being held with $50,000. bond.
He also has two outstanding failure to appear warrants in Anderson County.