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Huntsville busts net thousands in cash, cocaine

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Nearly 1,000 grams of cocaine were taken off the streets of Huntsville last week in two large drug busts that led to three arrests. Nearly 1,000 grams of cocaine were taken off the streets of Huntsville last week in two large drug busts that led to three arrests.
Police are still looking for Davenport and Robinson in connection with this case. Police are still looking for Davenport and Robinson in connection with this case.
Corbett, Huffman, and Kamula Moore were arrested on various drug charges. Corbett, Huffman, and Kamula Moore were arrested on various drug charges.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Nearly 1,000 grams of cocaine were taken off the streets of Huntsville last week in two large drug busts that led to three arrests.

Huntsville Police said the busts were enough to "immensely disrupt a known drug operation here in the city." Investigators seized 931 grams of cocaine with a cash equivalent of $93,000. They also picked up $125,000 in cash, several guns including an assault rifle, and two cars.

Investigators said they were specifically targeting a major drug trafficking organization in Huntsville. Bradley Scott Corbett and Kamula Nicole Moore were arrested and charged with possession of cocaine, conspiracy to traffic over one kilogram of cocaine, first-degree possession of marijuana and first-degree possession of a forged instrument.

Tina Sherelle Huffman was also arrested and charged with trafficking cocaine.

Huntsville Police Chief Lewis Morris said he hopes the busts and arrests set an example. "To take this away from them and to get this off the street has to disrupt that organization to some degree. Hopefully it will send a message to everyone that all of these police officers out there are serious about dealing with this," he said.

City Administrator John Hamilton said there is more work to be done. "We don't think these arrests suddenly remove all the criminals in Huntsville. The reality is we still have people trying to do bad things. These people (law enforcement) are out in harm's way every day trying to find these very people, so that will continue," he said.

In addition to making the three arrests, police have issued warrants for two other people. Police are looking for Royce Justin Davenport and Terry Jermaine Robinson. If you see them, you are asked to call Huntsville Police immediately.

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