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One arrested, guns and narcotics seized in Hattiesburg

Lakeith McSwain, 38, was arrested at the Inn on the Hill at 6595 U.S. Highway 49 in Hattiesburg. (Photo source: HPD) Lakeith McSwain, 38, was arrested at the Inn on the Hill at 6595 U.S. Highway 49 in Hattiesburg. (Photo source: HPD)
McSwain was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sale an enhanced penalty for possession of a three firearms. (Photo source: HPD) McSwain was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sale an enhanced penalty for possession of a three firearms. (Photo source: HPD)
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Hattiesburg police arrested a man for possession of drugs and firearms Tuesday.

Lakeith McSwain, 38, was arrested at the Inn on the Hill at 6595 U.S. Highway 49 in Hattiesburg, according to Ryan Moore of the Hattiesburg Police Department. McSwain was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sale an enhanced penalty for possession of a three firearms.

He was transported to the Forrest County Jail and booked. 

The investigation is ongoing. If you have any information, please contact the Hattiesburg Police Dept. or Metro Crime Stoppers at 601-582-7867.

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