Seven people were arrested Thursday in connection with a drug raid at home in Rusk.
According to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office, on Tuesday, deputies obtained a search warrant on for suspected drugs at 114 CR 1523. The search warrant was executed two days later at about 6:30 a.m. by members of the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team, Sheriff’s Office uniformed personnel and the Alto Police Department.
Authorities found marijuana throughout the residence, according to the Sheriff’s Office. The marijuana discovered was packaged for sale. Other packaging material and narcotic paraphernalia was also found.
A suspect, identified as Ceshari Leshuntae Foreman, 27, of Rusk, was at the home with five other people.
Investigators following leads then went to another home on Martin Luther King Drive in Rusk and discovered marijuana and packaging materials. Authorities took into custody Danny Ray Session, 35, of Rusk, at the home on MLK Drive.
Law enforcement officials arrested the following people:
- Alicia Dianne Mallord Neal, 32, of Rusk
- Danny Ray Session
- Ceshari Foreman
- Jontae Jamaile Johnson, 18, of Rusk
- Timothy Terrell Harris, 25, of Rusk
- Yaritza Aneli Ramos, 22, of Rusk
- Tracy Elizabeth Booth, 21, of Chandler
Session and Foreman were booked into the Cherokee County Jail. The suspects were arraigned and each person’s bond was set at $2,000. They are charged with possession of marijuana.
Alicia Neal was arrested for possession of marijuana. Her bond was set at $2,000.
Johnson, Harris, Ramos and Booth were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Their bond was each set at $307. Harris was also wanted on an outstanding warrant.
Only Johnson and Harris remain in the Cherokee County Jail.