Search warrant reveals $1.25 million worth of illegal drugs, Greene man held without bail


On Saturday, October 10, the Greene County Sheriff’s Department announced that a Greene County man had been arrested in connection with a joint narcotics investigation known as “Operation Barbecue Sauce.”

On October 6, search warrants were executed in Greene County, Harrisonburg and Charlottesville. The search warrant in Greene was executed in Ruckersville and a large amount of narcotics was found, leading to the arrest of Trevail Stuart Woodson, a resident of Greene County, Harrisonburg. Woodson is currently being held without bail at the Albemarle County Regional Jail.

The following items were seized as a result of the search warrant: methamphetamine approximately 13 pounds, valued at $639,100; Heroine of about 4 pounds, worth $453,750; approximately 10,000 fentanyl pills, worth $100,000; Block of fentanyl approximately 3 ounces, valued at $21,250; Cocaine approximately 13 ounces, valued at $36,000; five different handguns; an AK47 rifle; $12,945 in US currency; Press on drug packaging.

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The investigation included assistance from the Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement Task Force (JADE), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Charlottesville Post of Duty, RUSH Drug Task Force, Greene County District Attorney’s Office, and District Attorney’s Office of the Commonwealth of Charlottesville.

(JADE) is comprised of investigators from the Greene County Sheriff’s Office, Albemarle County Police Department, Nelson County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia State Police and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Charlottesville Post of Duty. The RUSH Task Force is made up of investigators from the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office, the Harrisonburg Police Department and the Virginia State Police.


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