Tommie Pryor, Brooke Hinton, Shungthun Fugh Charged With Dealing Heroin, Other Drugs

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Police made separate arrests on Wednesday, charging three individuals with dealing in heroin and other illegal drugs.

Tommie Eddie Pryor, 49, of 3784 Cuscowilla Trail, was charged with possession of heroin for resale, possession of marijuana for resale, possession of legend drugs for resale, drug paraphernalia and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

Brooke Lashay Hinton, 28, and Shungthun Martez Fugh, 34, of 3107 E. 37th St., Apt. B, were charged with possession of heroin for resale, possession of meth for resale, possession of cocaine for resale, possession of a controlled substance for resale, drug paraphernalia, and possession of a dangerous weapon.  

Police went to the residence of Pryor, who denied any illegal drugs were present. Officers found in his bedroom 416 grams of marijuana, 12.9 grams of heroin, digital scales, a 40 caliber Taurus handgun, plastic baggies, a glass pipe and $370 cash.

In his car in a hidden compartment under the drink container, police found 43 grams of marijuana, 1.6 grams of heroin and several pills.

Pryor has an extensive criminal record.

TBI agents were among those conducting a search at the unit on W. 37th Street. Ms. Hinton was there with her boyfriend Fugh. She said they had been staying there 4-5 months.

Agents found quantities of heroin, fentanyl, meth, cocaine and marijuana along with digital scales.

There was a rifle and a pistol in the kitchen, and a revolver in the living room.

 

 


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