Spring Hill woman charged after drugs, cash, guns found in home

Courtesy: Spring Hill Police Department
Courtesy: Spring Hill Police Department

SPRING HILL, Tenn. (WKRN) — A 64-year-old woman faces several charges after Spring Hill police reportedly found marijuana, narcotics, firearms and over $17,000 in cash inside her home.

Officers say they made the discovery on Tuesday while in the 2800 block of Sutherland Drive for a possible fire in the area.

Deborah Savino (Courtesy: Spring Hill Police Department)
Deborah Savino (Courtesy: Spring Hill Police Department)

When they arrived, the department says one officer smelled marijuana coming from a home on the street.

The homeowner reportedly had a box of fresh-cut marijuana when officer approached her.

Marijuana plants were also observed in the area by officers, according to a police report.

After obtaining a search warrant, Spring Hill police reported they found a large quantity of marijuana, various narcotics, firearms and roughly $17,400 in cash.

Courtesy: Spring Hill Police Department
Courtesy: Spring Hill Police Department

Savino was taken into custody and charged with  manufacturing and distribution of schedule VI narcotic, possession of a firearm during a felony offense and possession of drug paraphernalia.

She was booked into the Williamson County jail on $40,000 bond.

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