Suspected drug dealers "set up shop" in McDonald's parking lot

WLBT - 11-16

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JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - Hind's County Sheriff's Investigators and Richland police were in the parking lot of the McDonald's located on Highway 80 at Ellis Avenue Friday afternoon, where two suspected drug dealers were allegedly selling their products. Methamphetamine, Xanax, marijuana, and Hydrocodone was confiscated. Some prescription drugs were also being distributed illegally. "This wasn't just 'hey meet me up here and do one sell real quick,'" said Lieutenant Juan Chappas with the Hinds County Sheriff's Office. "We watched multiple people come in and actually purchase different types of narcotics." The lieutenant added that those people should "get prepared," because authorities know who they are, and they'll be coming for them next. Jonathan Jamal-Rashad Chambers of Iowa and 26-year-old Daryl Xavius Thomas of Jackson were both arrested and charged with multiple counts of possession of a controlled substance. 26-yr-old Daryl Xavius Thomas, of Jackson, was charged with multiple counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute. Source: Hinds Co. SO Jonathan Jamal-Rashad Chambers, of Iowa, has been charged with multiple counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute. Source: Hinds Co. SO Eighteen-year-old Steven Lee Williams of Pearl and 30-year-old Corey Clinton Cumberland of Brandon face charges of conspiracy to possess a controlled substance. 18-yr-old Steven Lee Williams, of Pearl, faces charges of conspiracy to possess a controlled substance. Source: Hinds Co. SO 30-yr-old Corey Clinton Cumberland, of Brandon, faces charges of conspiracy to possess a controlled substance. Source: Hinds Co. SO When asked what lesson was to be learned from all of this, Chappas said, "Sheriff Mason is not going to put up with this, and we will continue to come out here and catch every single one of them.