Narcotics agents from the Tate County Sheriff’s Office acted on a pair of search warrants inside the Senatobia city limits within a week, leading to three arrests and the confiscation of a substantial amount of illegal drugs, firearms and money in two unrelated busts.
Captain Lisa Sanders said TCSO received reports of alleged narcotics activity at a residence in the 100 block of Sweetgum Cove inside Country Meadows Subdivision before executing a search warrant at the home during the early morning hours Wednesday, April 27.
Agents discovered a very well-established marijuana grow operation inside the residence and a large volume of narcotics and several firearms were seized, according to Sanders.
Two people at the home were arrested in connection with the bust. Sanders identified the suspects as Christopher Guleff, 38, and Hollie Guleff, 39, both of Senatobia.
Christopher Guleff was charged with manufacturing marijuana and felon in possession of a firearm. Sanders said Guleff is also registered as a sex offender in Tate County. He was detained at the Tate County Jail under a $25,000 bond.
Hollie Guleff was charged with manufacturing marijuana and possession of controlled substance with intent to sell. She was held at the Tate County Jail under a $40,000 bond.
TCSO narcotics agents, with assistance from Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and federal authorities from Homeland Security, seized a large quantity of narcotics, firearms and cash after executing a search warrant at the 100 block of Cox Extended on Wednesday, April 20.
Sanders said TCSO received numerous complaints of narcotics activity at the residence before the search warrant was carried out.
A suspect Sanders identified as Errick Jones, 48, of Senatobia, was taken into custody without incident and charged with illegal possession of controlled substance and possession of controlled substance with intent to sell.
Jones was detained at the Tate County Jail under a $25,000 bond.
Sanders said both cases remain under investigation by TCSO.