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UPDATE: Seven Busted for Heroin in Davidson County

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Seven people are arrested for heroin possession and conspiracy in Davidson County.         
Metro Police say 39-year-old Michael Anderson, 30-year-old Matthew Tidwell of Davidson County and 36-year-old Jennifer Dillon of  Brentwood, were arrested during an undercover takedown operation in a parking lot at Hwy. 70 and Old Hickory Boulevard in Bellevue after Anderson arrived to allegedly sell Tidwell and Dillon 52 grams of heroin. 
All are charged with felony drug offenses. Bonds for Anderson and Tidwell are set at $40,000 each. Dillon's bond is set at $55,000.
Jose Ramon Garcia, 43, who arrived in Nashville from Mexico less than a month ago, had set up a heroin distribution operation in a room at the Madison Motel on N. Gallatin Pike and had supplied Anderson with the heroin seized in Bellevue, police learned.  A search of Garcia's room led to the seizure of an additional 85 grams of heroin, $31,870 cash. 
Garcia also stayed part-time on Henley Drive in the Hermitage area.  Seized from there were heroin packaging material and a Santa Muerte shrine drug dealers set up to protect them from police.
Garcia is charged with two heroin felonies and is being held in lieu of $300,000 bond.
Monday's investigation is unrelated to the October 11 on McLendon Drive in South Nashville. Seized from there were 2.7 pounds of heroin, $17,798 cash and two vehicles. 
The residence was found to be a distribution point for several heroin dealers. Arrested at that location were Luis Ibarra-Zamora, 40, Carmelo Gonzalez-Fonesca, 28, and Luis Zamudio, 26, all of Mexican descent.
They are charged with possessing heroin for resale and engaging in a heroin conspiracy.Their bonds are set at $210,000 each.

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