/Campus arrest Community college student arrested on firearm, drug charges

Campus arrest Community college student arrested on firearm, drug charges

According to the Coahoma County Sheriff’s Department, they executed a search warrant in Hardest Vaughn Jr.’s dorm room. They found several items, including a handgun with an extended mag, one semi-automatic rifle equipped with a 30-round cartridge, as well as various manufacturing materials for making baked chocolate cookies and brownies with THC. In a press release, George Brown, from the Coahoma Community College Department of Safety, stated that they are continuing to investigate the incident with the Coahoma County Sheriff’s Office. The community college’s communications team stated that “The safety, security and well-being our students, faculty and staff is Coahoma Community College’s top priority.” Vaughn was taken into custody. He is currently being held at the Coahoma county jail. Leon Williams, Coahoma County Chief Deputy, who oversees the drug division, stated that the investigation into Vaughn began about two weeks ago. Vaughn was being tracked by the Department via social media, and they decided to execute the search warrant. Williams stated that this was his first experience with such a situation and that he has been working in law enforcement since 1982. “Our primary concern is to educate the community.” While no violence was reported, Coahoma County Sheriff Charles Jones stated that making the public aware about such incidents is a priority. Jones stated that they are trying to be proactive, and don’t want anyone to believe it doesn’t happen at schools campuses. “It could have been a disaster, and we want the public to be aware.”_x000D