When Does This Ever Happen? Cop Dragged Out Of Bed Finds Out Phone Number Is Only 1 Digit Different From Drug Dealers!

Posted on June 29, 2012


North Carolina (The Gaslamp Post) – Officer Jagger Naves received an unusual wake up call early Monday morning.  The first of four calls came in shortly before 4:00 am and the last at 4:05 am.  After that final call, the caller left a voice mail.

“This isn’t even a $10 rock. You need to make this right!” the caller yelled.

The message went on to say that the female caller, now identified as Sandra Davis, and another person would meet him in the parking lot of a local business.

Officer Naves, who is a member of the Sheriff’s Office Aggressive Criminal Enforcement team, called Cleveland PD and gave them the heads up about a possible drug deal.  He then called the number back, informed the woman that he was a cop, and told her to stop calling.

Ten minutes, she called back.

It was Davis again, calling to say that they had to meet at another location because, “police were everywhere,” she said.  She said she wanted to meet in another parking lot, so Officer Naves, who realized he wasn’t getting any more sleep, decided to let her have her way.

Left to right: Sandra Davis, Henry Cloer, Jermiere Walker, and Pamela Henderson

No good can come from dragging a cop out of bed.

Officer Naves located an older model pickup truck sitting in the parking lot that the caller had described and in it found Davis and another individual.  The second person, Henry Cloer, 50, dropped a bag containing rock cocaine when he was asked to step out of the vehicle.  Responding officers also located a metal pipe in the truck.

The two told officers that they were waiting to meet someone in a white 4-door car.

When police confiscated their cell phones, one began to ring.  Officer Naves looked at the phone and realized the caller’s phone number was only 1 digit off from his own.  He answered the phone and arranged to meet the caller in yet another location.

It doesn’t get much easier than this…

When Officer Naves arrived at the predetermined location, he immediately spotted the car that Davis had described.  He saw a small bag of cocaine in the possession of the passenger, now identified as Jermiere Walker, 33, and immediately arrested him.  As he was placing Walker into his cruiser, deputies saw the car’s driver grab something from her bra and throw it into some high grass.

The car’s driver, Pamela Henderson, 38, was taken into custody after a K-9 located the drugs.

Cloer and Davis were both charged with felony possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Henderson and Walker were charged with felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.  Henderson was also charged with resisting arrest, obstructing or delaying an officer, and felony maintaining a vehicle for storing drugs.

(h/t:  Salisbury Post)