Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Tuesday, Oct. 27, Madison County Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force investigators went to a residence located at 200 SW Apollo Trail in Madison to look for Quinn Anthony Lee, 34, of Madison who had active narcotic arrest warrants resulting from a previous covert narcotic distribution investigation. When DTF investigators drove by the residence they observed a female and three males standing on the front porch and immediately recognized one of the males as Lee. DTF investigators drove to the end of Christmas Tree Lane and turned around to return to the residence. As DTF investigators approached the residence on foot, Lee and the other two males were no longer on the porch. DTF investigators made contact with the female who told investigators that Lee and the other two males walked down the road denying that they went inside the house. Investigators were granted consent to enter the house to look for them.
Investigator Bobby Boatwright went to the rear of the residence while Investigator Jarrod Lauth entered the front door. As Investigator Lauth was announcing his lawful presence, Lee attempted to exit the back door of the house but upon seeing Investigator Boatwright, Lee fled back inside the residence. Investigator Lauth gave verbal commands for anyone in the residence to come out. At that time, Lee exited a bedroom and was immediately taken into custody. Lee had a digital scale and a single plastic baggie of synthetic marijuana in his pocket. Investigator Lauth continued to search the residence for anyone else and located Gregory Graham, Jr., 21, of Madison standing in the bathroom with his hands up. Investigator Lauth recognized Graham and knew that he also had active narcotic arrest warrants. Graham was immediately arrested and removed from the house. At that point, Christopher Lavan Solomon, 44, of Madison, who lives at the residence, drove up in a truck. DTF investigators also had active narcotic arrest warrants for Solomon and he was arrested without incident. DTF investigators received written consent from the female to search the residence for drugs and weapons.
During the search investigators located 62 plastic baggies of synthetic marijuana and 48 plastic baggies of molly packaged for sale along with three handguns. Lee was arrested for three warrants for possession with intent to sell controlled substance within 1,000 feet of church, three warrants for sell controlled substance within 1,000 feet of church, use/display/carry concealed firearm during felony, possession of a firearm by convicted felon, possess/sell synthetic marijuana, possess/sell Molly, possession with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of church and possession of drug paraphernalia. He has 10 prior arrests and 23 prior charges including, probation violation, possession of firearm by convicted felon, possess/sell of altered firearm, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, battery, no valid driver’s license, marijuana possession, resisting officer, failure to appear, providing false ID to law enforcement, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of drug equipment, possession of crack cocaine and sell of crack cocaine.
Solomon was arrested for a warrant for possession with intent to sell controlled substance within 1,000 feet of church and a warrant for sell controlled substance within 1,000 feet of church. He has 22 prior arrests and 50 prior charges including cocaine possession, smuggling cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, resisting officer, criminal mischief, probation violation, failure to appear, battery, criminal attempt to solicit, driving while license suspended, aggravated battery causing great body harm, vehicle theft, smuggle contraband into prison, marijuana possession, flee/ elude police officer, trespassing, burglary, larceny, dealing in stolen property, aggravated battery on police officer and corrupt threat. Graham was arrested for a VOP warrant for possession with intent to sell cocaine, a VOP warrant for selling cocaine, possess/sell of synthetic marijuana, possess/sell of Molly and two counts of possession with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of church. He has five prior arrests and eight prior charges including drug possession, manufacturing cocaine, sell of cocaine, probation violation, larceny, possession of marijuana, driving while license suspended and no valid driver’s license.
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1. Christopher Lavan Solomon
2. Gregory Reshun Graham, Jr.
3. Quinn Anthony Lee
4. Photo Submitted. Three men were arrested after the Madison County Sheriff’s Office found 62 baggies of synthetic marijuana ready to be sold on Tuesday, Oct. 27.
5. Photo Submitted The Madison County Sheriff’s Office found 48 baggies of Molly ready to be sold at a house on Apollo Trail when searching for Quinn Anthony Lee on Tuesday, Oct. 27.