According to documents filed Fulton County Feb. 6, a warrant has been issued for a Fulton County man following a visit from a Department of Community Corrections Officer.
On Jan. 31, Officer Steve Simers conducted a home visit at the residence of 76-year-old David Pardue during which four-gallon size zip lock bags holding approximately 10 ounces of a green leafy substance, set of digital scales, two marijuana smoking pipes multiple top and zig zag rolling papers, six packages of hemp wrap for smoking, two vape smoking devices and two metal grinders were located.
Pardue was not home at the time of the visit, however two other individuals, Glen Chance and Edward Fletcher, who are both on active supervision were at the residence and stated Pardue was in Mountain Home.
Officers conducted a search of the home as all residents had search waivers on file. After confiscating the drugs and paraphernalia, the items were placed into evidence and the investigation was turned over to the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office and 16th Judicial Drug Task Force.
Pardue has previously been found guilty of four or more felonies and now faces charges of possession of a schedule VI controlled substance with purpose to deliver more than four ounces, less than 25 pounds, a class C felony, possession of drug paraphernalia, a class D felony as well as a habitual offender enhancement penalty.
Bond for Pardue has been set at $5,000.