Narcotics Transaction Yields Two Arrests

Publish Date: February 19, 2021
Written by: Joni Money
Categories: News

At approximately 3:00 PM on Thursday, February 18, 2021, Jefferson County Deputies assigned to the Sheriff’s Neighborhood Enforcement Team witnessed what appeared to be a narcotics transaction taking place.  When deputies attempted to block the vehicles, one of the offenders intentionally struck one of the Jefferson County patrol units. Both suspect vehicles then fled the scene.  After a short chase, deputies were able to take two subjects into custody, one who stopped in the Bessemer area and the second near McAshan Drive in McCalla. Timothy Tyrone Powell and Darnell Bernard Bostic Jr. were arrested and taken to the Jefferson County Jail in Bessemer.  Powell was charged with criminal mischief 1st degree, attempting to elude law enforcement officials and reckless endangerment.  His bonds total $22,000.  Bostic, who was in possession of cocaine and a stolen firearm, was charged with receiving stolen property 1st and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.  His bond’s total $3500.

The deputy whose vehicle was struck was not injured.

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