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Drug bust in Pittsylvania County

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Deputies make a major drug bust in Pittsylvania County.

Pittsylvania County Sheriff Mike Taylor says officers from the sheriff's department arrested three men, after finding $130,000 worth of crack cocaine in a home near the Pittsylvania County and Danville City line.

Investigators tell us they went to a home on Afton Road, with a Danville mailing address, last Thursday, March 6th. This action followed a joint investigation with State Police and ABC officers. When they got to the home, officers tell us they found the crack cocaine, along with marijuana, two hand guns, and items used to make and distribute drugs.

During the search, officers arrested two men at the home. Deputies identified the two men as William Edward Allen and Jessee Small, Jr. Allen faces a drug charge and two gun charges. Small Jr. Faces a drug charge.

Officers say information they found during the search led to the arrest of Marlow Anton Williams. He faces two drug charges, and two gun charges.

If you suspect drug dealers are operating in your community, investigators ask you to call Pittsylvania County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-791-0044.

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