Four individuals have been arrested and charged with drug violations after narcotics and vice agents
with the Morristown Police Department executed a search warrant in north Morristown Wednesday
Senca Smith, 41, is the resident of 2038 Buffalo Trail, apt. 3 that was the subject of the search
warrant. He was arrested as a result of the narcotics found during the search and charged with Sale
and Delivery of a Schedule VI Drug (marijuana), Possession for Sale/ Sale and Delivery of
Methamphetamine, Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses and Activities, and Schedule III Drug
Crystal Estep, 42, who is also a resident of the apartment was arrested as a result of the narcotics
found during the search and charged with Possession of Schedule VI Drug (marijuana), Possession
of Methamphetamine. She also had an outstanding warrant for violation of community corrections.
Joshua Crews, 36, from Bean Station was arrested after agents found him trying to dispose of items
in his pockets. He was found to have a glass vial containing approximately one gram of
methamphetamine and had access to items to package and distribute narcotics. He was charged
with Possession for Sale/ Sale and Delivery of Methamphetamine.
A fourth suspect, Andrew Allison, 36, of Mooresburg was found hiding in the apartment with a bag
containing approximately 2.9 grams of methamphetamine and plastic bags and other items needed
for the distribution of narcotics. Allison was charged with Possession for Sale/ Sale and Delivery
of Methamphetamine and Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses and Activities.
The search warrant was a result of several weeks of investigation conducted by officers with the
MPD. Drugs found at the residence at 2038 Buffalo Trail, apt. 3 were 11.62 grams of
methamphetamine, 4.34 grams of marijuana as well as suboxone and other paraphernalia consistent
with the illegal sale of narcotics.
The suspects remain jailed in Hamblen County and are expected in court June 2