On May 19, 2021, Investigators Jonathan Kellum and Matt Rickman arrested Dena Marie Ferrell and Jeremy Q. Ferrell on multiple charges, including (but not limited to) the manufacture, delivery, sale, and/or possession of methamphetamine and the possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.
Investigators Kellum and Rickman, acting on behalf of the McNairy County Narcotics Unit, executed a search warrant against the Ferrells, who live on Morningside Drive.
The Narcotics Unit was joined by the following officers: Selmer Police Chief Kim Holley; Investigators Kevin Carter, Nathan Harrison, and Dustin Jaco; and Selmer Officer Nick Inman. Investigator Kellum recovered two bags of methamphetamine, a bag of marijuana, a bottle of Hydrocodone pills, and various drug paraphernalia.
Kellum also recovered a Mossberg 935 semiautomatic 12-gage shotgun (Serial #AM021547); a Remington 514 22-caliber rifle with scope (#RM0608A); and various gun parts, including magazines, ammo, a case, and a scope. Total value of the items seized and recovered from the search were valued at an estimated $12,990.