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RICHARD A. GARVIS AND DARVON PARKER *fn1 v. STATE

JANUARY 08, 1986

RICHARD A. GARVIS AND DARVON PARKER *fn1
v.
STATE



Mississippi, and selling the aforementioned controlled substances here. The CI also advised the affidavit that today, 1-24-84, these two individuals would return to Laurel, Ms. to sell more marijuana and cocaine.

The CI also advised the affiant that these individuals were from the Coast and one of the subject's last name was Parker. On 1-24-84, at approximately 1602 hours the CI contacted the affiant and advised that he had seen the aforementioned subjects and vehicle on Queensburg Avenue. The CI also advised that the vehicle was a Dodge or Plymouth, brown in color.

The CI also advised the affiant that these subjects had stated that they had approximately ten pounds of marijuana and approximately one gram of cocaine.

At approximately 1605 hours the CI contacted the affiant and advised that the tag on this vehicle was JDG-242, Jackson County, Mississippi tag.

 At approximately 1086 hours the CI contacted the affiant and advised that the subject named Parker was a black male, approximately 25 years of age, 76 ", 190 pounds, wearing a burgundy colored jacket, blue jeans, and a blue jean type cap. The CI implied that the other subject was a black male, approximately 72" , 160 pounds. The CI advised that he could not give a complete description of this individual because these subjects were approaching him while he was talking to the affiant on the telephone. The CI advised that at this time they were in the north end of town and at the conclusion of the telephone conversation that they would be traveling to the projects. This is known to the affiant as Brown and Johnson Circles. The CI also advised that the two aforementioned subjects had in their possession approximately eight pounds of marijuana for resale.

 At this time, the affiant, along with Agent Evans, Capt. Landrum, Officer Dearman, and Deputy Hutcheson left the narcotics office of the Laurel Police Department and drove to the aforementioned

 area.

 At approximately 1857 hours, the affiant along with Capt. Landrum and Deputy Hutcheson observed a vehicle fitting the aforementioned description headed north on Queensburg Avenue at the intersection of Harrison Boulevard.

 At approximately 1901 hours this vehicle was stopped on south 7th Avenue between Van Buren Street and Jackson Street.

 The affiant went to the driver's side and asked the driver to step outside the vehicle, which he did. The affiant then asked the driver for his driver's license at which time the driver stated that they were in his wallet in his inside coat pocket. The affiant then removed the wallet and obtained the driver's Social Security car. The affiant then asked the driver his name to which he replied that his name was Richard Garvis.

 The affiant then explained to Richard Garvis the reason for his being stopped was that the affiant had received information from a CI that he, Richard Garvis, was transporting marijuana and cocaine for the purpose of resale. At this time it appeared to the affiant that Richard Garvis began to get extremely nervous. Richard A. Garvis was then read his Miranda warnings and asked to sign a consent to search from. At first he agreed to this, then he declined. At this time Richard A. Garvis was placed under arrest by the affiant for possession of marijuana with intent to sell.

 The passenger in the aforementioned vehicle was removed by Capt. Landrum and Deputy Hutcheson. This individual was Daron Parker, black male. Deputy Hutcheson, for his protection, executed a pat down search of this individual. Deputy Hutcheson discovered a substance believed to be marijuana in this individual's pocket and placed him under arrest. A further search of this individual revealed a folded piece of paper containing a white powder believed to be cocaine. This was found by Capt.

 Landrum and Deputy Hutcheson.

 The vehicle stopped was a 1973 Dodge Monaco, 4-door, white over brown, Miss. tag number JDG-242. VIN.#DP41M3F168922.

 That based on the above information, the affiant requests that a search warrant be issued for the above described vehicle, being a 1973 Dodge Monaco, 4-door, ...


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