Drug search warrant executed 4 arrested, guns drugs and money seized
Posted on July 04, 2012
On July 3, 2012 Giles County Sheriff’s Department Special Response Team, Narcotics
Investigator Michael Thomason, Deputy Scott Nations along with his K-9 partner
Kelly, Agent with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and agents with Tennessee
Probation and Parole executed a search warrant at 265 Hardy Rd. Pulaski.
In a joint effort to combat illegal drugs the TBI and GCSD teamed up and obtained
the drug search warrant. Officers seized 33 grams of crack cocaine, Xanax bars, over
$2,500 in cash, 2 pistols and shotguns. One automobile was seized.
Arrested at the scene; Thirty-seven year old Michael W. Phillips of Pulaski a
recently paroled felon from Tennessee Department of Corrections approximately two
months ago. Phillips is charged with Possession of Schedule II Crack Cocaine for
Resale, Unlawful drug paraphernalia and possession of a firearm during a dangerous
felony. Phillips was in a room with one of the pistols that was found to be loaded
with the safety off and hammer back. He remains in the Giles County Jail with a bond
Angela R. Kirkley thirty-two years old of Pulaski was charged with Possession of
Schedule II Crack Cocaine for Resale, Unlawful drug paraphernalia and possession of
a firearm during a dangerous felony. She remains in the Giles County Jail with a
bond of $1,371,000.00
Bonnie K. McGlocklin thirty-two years old of Prospect was charged with possession of
drug paraphernalia and simple possession with a bond of $2,000.00 and a pending
charge of violation of probation and remains in the Giles County Jail.
James E. McGlocklin Jr. thirty-four years old of Prospect was charged with
possession of drug paraphernalia and simple possession and posted a bond of
$2,000.00 then released from Giles County Jail.
Other charges are pending on these suspects and other unnamed suspects.
This was a very productive effort on the fight against drugs between the Sheriff’s
Office, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Tennessee Department of Probation
and Parole said Sheriff Helton.