A Southaven man is behind bars after arriving at the Senatobia Police Department with drugs inside his vehicle.
Christopher Keshawn Reed, 27, of Southaven, arrived at SPD Tuesday, March 29, to speak with a detective after claiming to be a victim of a crime the prior evening. During the interview, SPD detectives discovered Reed had an active warrant in relation to domestic violence charges from the Southaven Police Department. He was then placed into custody.
According to Assistant Chief Matt Defore, a dog was discovered inside Reed’s vehicle parked at the department. Upon searching the vehicle, detectives discovered an abundance of pills which field tested positive as Fentanyl. In addition, officers found marijuana and a brownie containing marijuana.
Reed was then charged with drug trafficking due to the number of pills in his possession. During the booking process, Reed urinated on the booking room floor and was subsequently charged with disturbance of business. He was transported to the Tate County Jail and held under a $100,000 bond.
According to the Mississippi Department of Corrections (MDOC), Reed is on parole for two prior convictions of grand larceny and armed robbery. SPD officers transported Reed’s dog to the Senatobia-Tate County Animal Shelter for holding.