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An investigation into the possible presence of a large-scale drug operation can go on for extended periods. Being the subject of such an investigation can be a harrowing experience and those who face drug charges under similar circumstances may be uncertain how best to approach the situation. A recent investigation into the possible presence of drug activity in Tennessee has left two men facing multiple drug charges.

Law enforcement agents assert that the incident stems from a three-month investigation regarding drug activity in the area. They claim to have received information indicating that a drug operation in another state was sending dealers to the area to sell a variety of illegal narcotics. While many of the details pertaining to the investigation remain unclear, it reportedly led to the recent search of two apartments.

While searching the apartments, authorities claim to have discovered more than 30 illegal prescription pain pills, along with several firearms and a substantial sum of cash. They also claim that there were two men inside the apartments at the time, and both were arrested shortly thereafter. Both men reportedly face multiple charges in relation to the investigation, including possession of drugs with intent to sell.

With the potential weight of a conviction looming overhead, those who face drug charges could find it helpful to seek advice as soon as possible. When facing similar charges, a person in Tennessee could speak with an experienced attorney for guidance on the best course of action with which to proceed. An attorney can assist a client in forming a strong defense and, if a conviction cannot be avoided, assist in pursuing the best outcome possible during court proceedings.

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