Man found with 10 pounds of cocaine, thousands of fentanyl pills: Mobile Co. Sheriff

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office said it arrested a “significant drug dealer” on Tuesday and charged him with trafficking cocaine, methamphetamine and fentanyl, according to a statement.

James “Jamie” Harris was also found with $52,920 in cash and two watches, according to photos provided to WKRG.

Deputies said Homeland Security investigations helped Harris’ arrest on Tuesday, March 28. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency also assisted in this case.

The following was found in Harris’ apartment:

  • 10 kilograms of cocaine
  • 1 kilogram of methamphetamine
  • Approximately 30,000 fentanyl tablets
  • $54,920 cash
  • two watches

Estimation of the market value of drugs, according to ALEA:

  • Cocaine $500,000
  • Methamphetamine $6,000
  • Fentanyl $300,000

“This arrest has removed a major drug trafficker from our community,” Sheriff Paul Burch said. “We will not tolerate these criminals who distribute illegal drugs, especially fentanyl, and we will pursue them relentlessly.”


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