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Dallas teen found with drugs, several loaded firearms inside stolen vehicle at apartment complex

According to a Floyd County Police Department incident report, on Friday, July 24th, 2020, at around 4:00 AM, PFC Puckett, responded to 285 Wax Road in reference to a possible stolen vehicle located by ON Star. On scene, the officer observed a black male, later identified as Tyson Brown, 18 of Dallas, at the rear of the stolen vehicle. PFC Forrister made contact with the male while PFC Puckett began clearing the vehicle. The officer ran the VIN through dispatch to verify that the vehicle was stolen. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer observed a handgun with an extended magazine stuck between the driver's side seat and the center console. The officer opened the driver's side window and collected the loaded Ruger. The officer walked to the passenger side of the vehicle and observed another handgun, stuck between the passenger side seat and center console. The officer then observed a large amount of marijuana in the passenger side floorboard and seat. The officer opened the passenger side window, retrieved the loaded firearm. The officer found another bag with another large bag of marijuana inside. At this time, Brown, who was already detained, was advised that he was under arrest. A more thorough search of the vehicle revealed a digital scale, several plastic bags typically used for packaging narcotics, and five packages of THC gummies inside of the passenger compartment of the vehicle. A search of the trunk revealed a large quantity of ammunition for several different calibers, a Velocity ZMAC9 9mm, and an AR-style pistol Palmetto State Armory M4A1. PFC Forrister was able to provide me with two key fobs belonging to the stolen 2020 Chevrolet Malibu, which he recovered in the pocket of Brown. Brown was found to be in possession of a large amount of cash, which was in his right sock. According to the report, the vehicle was stolen out of Dallas, Georgia. The owner also reported the firearms as stolen as well. Brown was transported to the Floyd County Jail booked on charges of felony theft by receiving stolen property, four counts of possession of a firearm during the commission to commit certain felonies, possession of a Schedule I controlled substance, possession of a Schedule I controlled substance with intent to distribute, two counts of possession of marijuana and misdemeanor possession of drug-related objects.