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The search for a Hawkins County man lead to the arrest of six people on drug charges, and the confiscation of a form of synthetic drug called gravel.

According to the Hawkins County Sheriff's Department, deputies went to a property on Ramey Town Road on January 19 to serve an arrest warrant on Brandon Haga.

In their search for Haga, they found Rebecca Ann May, 28, of Jonesborough, who had a small amount of gravel, a spoon, and a pipe with white residue. Inside the home, deputies saw drug paraphernalia and eventually found Haga in a padlocked room. Several other people in the residence were taken into custody.

At a mobile home on the property, deputies could smell a strong odor of marijuana and hear loud movement inside, but could not get anyone to answer the door. They obtained a warrant, and several narcotics officers came to the home to assist.

With the search warrants, officers searched the home where Haga was arrested and found the drug believed to be gravel, pipes, syringes, rubber tubing, cash, drug ledgers, as well as numerous cell phones containing evidence of substantial synthetic drug sells.

In the mobile home, officers found nearly three pounds of packaged marijuana in the air ducts, along with other small baggies of marijuana throughout the home. A small assortment of Buprenorphine pills, a schedule III controlled substance, as well as a substantial amount of cash. Several people inside the home were detained while the search took place.

The following people were arrested and charged:

Brandon Lee Haga, 24, of Church Hill was charged with possession of controlled substance analogues (gravel) with intent to deliver, maintaining a dwelling where narcotics are housed or sold, possession of drug paraphernalia

Jeremy Heath Stewart, 24, of Church Hill was charged with possession of controlled substance analogues (gravel) with intent to deliver, maintaining a dwelling where narcotics are housed or sold, possession of drug paraphernalia

David Michael Stallard, 19, of Kingsport, was charged with possession of controlled substance analogues (gravel) with intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia

Kayla Marie Crigger, 21, of Fall Branch was charged with possession of controlled substance analogues (gravel) with intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia

Rebecca Ann May, 28, of Jonesborough, was charged with possession of controlled substance analogues (gravel), possession of drug paraphernalia

Ruthven Ysuff Robinson, 36, of Church Hill, was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, possession of schedule 3 controlled substance (buprenorphine), maintaining a dwelling where narcotics are housed or sold

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