28-year-old Daniel Bolling was charged with failure to appear, possession of heroin and suboxone, and unlawful drug paraphernalia when officers attempted to arrest him on a previous warrant, and there were scattered drugs and drug paraphernalia in the room.
On July 14th, officers had knowledge that Daniel Bolling had been residing in room 155 in the Travel Inn at 914 Murfreesboro Road, and were dispatched to the location to perform a follow-up investigation. Lebanon Police Department’s Officer Clark made contact with Bolling in regards to an outstanding warrant due to his failure to appear in court.
Upon entering the room Officer Clark observed two plastic bags. One of the bags contained a white powdery substance and the second bag a brown powdered substance. The officer also found a round orange pill with the factory markings for suboxone, a schedule III drug. Following a thorough search, Officer Clark discovered a set of digital scales in the bed that Bolling was sleeping in.
Daniel Bolling was arrested and charged with failure to appear, possession of heroin and suboxone, and unlawful drug paraphernalia. His bond was set at $5,500.