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Suspected Tuscaloosa drug dealer held on $4,000,000 bond

A month long investigation by West Alabama Narcotics Task Force concluded with the arrest of Justin Shukur Shepherd, 22, of Tuscaloosa. (Photo from Tuscaloosa Police)

A month long investigation by West Alabama Narcotics Task Force concluded with the arrest of Justin Shukur Shepherd, 22, of Tuscaloosa.

The investigation led authorities to a residence on the 2500 block of McKenzie Avenue in Tuscaloosa. Upon searching the residence, police seized approximately 26 pounds of marijuana, 2 ounces of cocaine, and 10 ounces of spice. The estimated worth of all the drugs is $242, 250 according to Tuscaloosa Police Department.

Assorted drug paraphernalia, in addition to a semi-automatic handgun were also discovered.

Sheperd is being charged with trafficking marijuana, trafficking cocaine, and trafficking a synthetic controlled substance. Shepard is also charged with unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

Shepherd is being held in the Tuscaloosa County Jail on $4,000,000 bond.

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