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Two charged in weekend drug arrests

James W. Green James W. Green
Broderick Ellzey Broderick Ellzey
LAUREL, MS (WDAM) -

On Friday, the Laurel Narcotics Division arrested 33-year old James Green, of Laurel.

Green was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute within 1500 feet of a church while in possession of a firearm, possession of ecstasy with intent to distribute within 1500 feet of a church while in possession of a firearm, and  possession of cocaine with intent to distribute within 1500 feet of a church while in possession of a firearm.

Agents also served a search warrant at Green’s barber shop on Cross Street where they recovered a quarter pound of crystal meth, 41 grams of ecstasy and 5 grams of cocaine.

Another search warrant was issued at Green’s residence where they recovered over $3,500 in cash.

On Sunday, agents from the Laurel Narcotics Division also arrested 37-year-old Broderick Ellzey for possession of 3 grams of methamphetamine as well as over $600 in cash.

Both suspects made their initial appearance in court Monday. 

Green's bond was set at $105,000, and Ellzey's bond was set at $3,000. 

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