Trio Arrested During Jamestown Drug Raid

Pictured left to right: Richard E. Kinsey, 35, Terrence M. Mcrae, 39, and Brandi M. Whitford, 23.

JAMESTOWN – Three people were arrested following a drug raid by the Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force and several other police agencies at 320 Newland Ave. Apt. 4 Friday morning.

Image by Jamestown Police.

Police said Richard E. Kinsey, 35, Terrence M. Mcrae, 39, and Brandi M. Whitford, 23, were allegedly located inside the residence was approximately nine ounces of methamphetamine, fentanyl, hydrocodone pills, psilocybin mushrooms, three loaded shotguns one of which was stolen, several rounds of ammunition, over $11,000 in cash, and lots of drug paraphernalia.







While executing the search warrant police said the three attempted to jump from the second story porch. One of the them, while attempting to jump off the second story porch, threw a loaded .25 caliber handgun into the street which landed next to a Task Force Officer.

Kinsey is charged with several counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of stolen property, criminal possession of a weapon and criminally using drug paraphernalia.







Mcrae is charged with criminal possession of a weapon, multiple counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminally using drug paraphernalia.

Whitford is charged with multiple counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of stolen property and using drug paraphernalia.













 

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