NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Two men were arrested Thursday following a drug investigation in Davidson County.
Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Metro Nashville Police Department and multiple drug task forces began an investigation into an alleged drug operation where methamphetamine was being bought within the Davidson County area.
Over the course of the investigation, agents developed information that identified 27-year-old Reynaldo Daniel Vallejo as one of the individuals involved.
The TBI said on Thursday, Oct. 19, Vallejo was taken into custody after a brief pursuit and was found to be in possession of a resale amount of methamphetamine, cocaine, and fentanyl.
Detectives also executed a search warrant at a home on Allen Road and found various amount of methamphetamine, cocaine, fentanyl/heroin, guns, marijuana, a large amount of cash, and assorted drug paraphernalia, according to investigators.
Authorities said they also caught 25-year-old Luak Mayall Tut trying to destroy evidence by flushing drugs down a toilet in a downstairs bathroom of the home.
Both Vallejo and Tut were charged with possession for resale methamphetamine, possession for resale fentanyl, possession for resale cocaine, and possession for resale marijuana.
Vallejo was also charged with evading arrest, while Tut was charged with evidence tampering.
Both were booked into the Davidson County; Vallejo’s bond was set at $85,000 and Tut’s bond was set at $50,000.