Drugs, weapons, cars, shoes seized in Nashville man’s arrest

William Plunk (Courtesy: Metro Nashville Public Schools)
William Plunk (Courtesy: Metro Nashville Public Schools)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Metro police seized drugs, weapons, cars, and shoes in the arrest of a 33-year-old Nashville man Thursday.

According to a press release, William Plunk was arrested after a three-month investigation by undercover detectives into alleged drug sales.

(Courtesy: Metro Nashville Public Schools)
(Courtesy: Metro Nashville Public Schools)

Authorities executed three search warrants Thursday at 8000 Sawyer Brown Road (Plunk’s residence), 111 Old Hickory Boulevard, and a storage unit at 5916 Robertson Road.

Seized were of 17.1 pounds of high grade marijuana, 36 jars of marijuana wax, 909 pills (including ecstasy and prescription pain medication), nine guns, three vehicles, three motorcycles, more than 200 pair of designer shoes, electronics, and $6,227 in cash.

Metro police say much of the seized property is alleged to have been acquired with drug proceeds.

Plunk is charged with seven counts of felony drug possession and seven counts of violating the Crooks with Guns statute. He is being held in lieu of $230,000 bond.

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(Courtesy: Metro Nashville Public Schools)
(Courtesy: Metro Nashville Public Schools)