Numerous drugs were found when officials used a search warrant at a home in Wilson County.
Authorities with the Lebanon Police Department’s Narcotics Unit said they learned about Kendrick Majors’ drug distribution activities in March.
An investigation revealed to officials that Majors had allegedly been using his son, Ke’Mario Majors, to deliver the drugs. Those drugs included opana pills and cocaine.
A search warrant was obtained for a home in the 1500 block of Sparta Pike where the two were known to live.
Police, along with officials from the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office, searched the home on Tuesday.
They found Kendrick Majors, Ke’Mario Majors, and Kiara Clemmons, along with five juveniles.
They also discovered 32 opana pills, 378 Xanax pills, 32 hydrocodone pills, three grams of cocaine, eight ounces of marijuana, and four guns.
Reports stated the street value of the pills was more than $5,000.
Authorities confirmed drug, weapon, and other related charges were pending for those involved.