Two men found themselves facing felony charges after police responded to a domestic violence call July 8.
“We received a 911 call at approximately 1 a.m. summoning officers to L McDonald road,” said Stone County Sheriff’s Department Investigator Candace Stewart . “The caller said a female had been beat up by [Brandon] Scott Simmons and was bleeding.”
The caller also said Simmons was driving a blue Infiniti.
Deputies made contact with the vehicle and stopped it on New Hope Road.
A search revealed several illicit drugs and the 38-year-old Simmons was charged with four felonies; aggravated domestic violence, possession of spice [synthetic cannabinoid], possession of powder cocaine and possession of crack cocaine.
A passenger in the vehicle, 40-year-old Terrance Breland, was charged with felony possession of controlled substance. He allegedly had 6.3 grams of methamphetamine in his possession..
“This was a quick response and good work by my deputies,” said Stone County Sheriff Mike Farmer.