Kedrick Jamel Harris and Bredgette Shaw
Kedrick Jamel Harris and Bredgette Shaw

Two Blacks Arrested Bristol Public Housing Over Gun-Drugs

Update: both of these losers have been sentenced in Federal Court:

Kedrick Jamel Harris, 26, of Bristol, Tenn., was sentenced to ten years imprisonment following his earlier plea of guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute 280 grams or more of cocaine base.

Bredgette Dewan Shaw, 24, of Bristol, Va., was sentenced to three years and six months imprisonment following her earlier plea of guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute 280 grams or more of cocaine base.

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Two face gun and drug charges stemming from a fight at the notorious Springdale Village Apartments. This was the scene earlier in the year when two feral black males allegedly murdered an elderly black lady during a robbery. Read more...

Police observed a black male dropping a stolen gun right in plain sight as they responded to a fight call "involving guns and knives." Residents have complained for some time about violence in this and other public housing units in the Bristol VA/TN area.

The gun was found and a convicted felon and female accomplice both of Bristol were placed under arrest. He fled the scene and was captured later. The car the two were driving was found to contain drugs and cash.

The male suspect faces a number of drug and weapons charges exacerbated by his previous felony convictions. His female accomplice was released on bail while Harris rots in jail without bond.

To quote,

Kedrick Jamel Harris, 24, Bristol, Tenn., and Bredgette Dewann Shaw, 22, Bristol, Va., were found in a vehicle in the lot. As police approached, Harris dropped a gun and ran away, but police caught him a short distance away.

Police found an undetermined amount of what looked to be marijuana inside the vehicle and secured the 9 mm weapon Harris had dropped, according to the release. The gun had been stolen from Elizabethton, Tenn., police said.

Police also seized a large amount of cash and digital scales from Harris, who was a convicted felon.

Harris was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a stolen firearm, possession of schedule 2 narcotics, and possession of schedule 2 narcotics while in possession of a firearm.

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