Father and son arrested for numerous charges

Pearl River County Sheriff David Allison released details of a May 17, 2018, arrest of a father and son for illegal drug related activities in the Lumberton community in the northern part of Pearl River County.

According to Sheriff Allison, Narcotic Investigators from the Pearl River County Sheriff’s Department and the Pearl River County Response Team executed a search warrant at 202 County Farm Road in the Lumberton community after receiving numerous complaints from the community about illegal drug related activity at the residence.

Upon executing the search warrant at around 3:30pm on May 17th, investigators made contact with James Pollock, age 53, and his son Blaze Pollock, age 33, both of the residence named in the warrant.

James Pollock Blaze Pollock

During the search, investigators recovered distribution sized amounts of Marijuana and Methamphetamine from within the residence, as well as digital scales used in the distribution process of illegal drugs. Also recovered on the property were firearms, paraphernalia, and $1,044.00 in U.S. currency. The currency and firearms were seized due to proximity to illegal drugs.

James Pollock was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute While in Possession of a Firearm, and Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute While in Possession of a Firearm, and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon. Blaze Pollock was charged with Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute.

Both James and Blaze Pollock were transported to the Pearl River County Jail where they were booked and incarcerated. A sign was posted to let the public know the Pollocks were no longer in business noting "Pharmacy Closed!" at the residence.


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