On 6/28/2018 at 7:30 PM SHPD officers and emergency medical personnel were dispatched to an address on Molly’s Court for a medical call. Officers entered the house and located a 19-year-old male who was unresponsive. CPR was started and continued until EMS arrived on scene to take over. The subject was transported to a local hospital.
While in the house, officers observed narcotics in plain view. While in the room where the alleged narcotics were located the officers began to experience symptoms possibly relating to the narcotics in the room. At this point, the Williamson County Emergency Management Department was contacted due to the possibility that officers had come into contact with a harmful substance. The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Clandestine Meth Lab unit also responded. The house was deemed free from any harmful substances. Officers were treated and medically cleared to return to duty.
During the course of the investigation a large zip lock bag of suspected marijuana and a zip lock bag of prescription pills were located on the person of Hunter Rose, 19 y/o of Spring Hill. Other evidence of narcotics and narcotics trafficking were also located in the house.
Hunter Rose was arrested and charged with the following offenses: Manufacture, deliver, or sell a controlled substance or possession with intent to manufacture, deliver, or sell a controlled substance (Schedule II, IV, and VI), possession of drug paraphernalia, and tampering with evidence.
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