Knoxville Police Arrest a Man For Selling Drugs Out of His Apartment and Found a Syringe Near Kids Playing

A Knoxville man is in custody for multiple felony drug charges after the Knoxville Police Department Organized Crime Unit conducted a search warrant at a Montgomery Village apartment who also found a partially loaded syringe outside of the apartment in the grassy area where several children were playing.

The search on Cook Drive yesterday (Tuesday) lead investigators to 30-year-old Cedrik Corbin who reportedly was selling heroin and crystal meth from the apartment.

Investigators found those drugs along with paraphernalia and two guns, one was reported as stolen from an auto burglary in April.

Two other people were arrested on unrelated outstanding warrants out of Knox and Blount County.

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