Four men remain behind bars facing numerous felony drug charges after being arrested
by local police last week. According to Criminal Investigator Mark Allen with the McGehee Police
Department, the arrest were made Friday night. Allen said Officer Mark Harmon was patrol-
ling on Highway 65 when he made a routine traffic stop around 9:45p.m.The driver of the vehicle was
identified as Jeffrey Bolling, age 42 of Tillar. Inside the vehicle, police discovered 29 hydrocodone pills.
Bolling was charged with possession of a Schedule I/II controlled substance. He had his first court
appearance Tuesday afternoon and remains in custody at the McGehee Criminal Justice Facility on a $20,000 bond.
Saturday morning around 5:15a.m., Officer Harmon stopped a vehicle with no headlight on Highway 65 North.
Police said he driver, identified as 34-year-old Danta Landor of Centerville, Mississippi, was driving on a
suspended license. A search of the vehicle led to the discovery of a small plastic baggie containing suspected
methamphetamine, a second plastic baggie containing marijuana, and two hydrocodone pills. Both Landor
and a passenger inside the vehicle, 32-year-old Chester Anderson, also of Mississippi, were charged with
possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine with purpose to deliver, possession of a Schedule
I/II controlled substance with purpose to deliver, and possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance
marijuana with purpose to deliver. Both men had their first court appearance Tuesday and remain in custody
on a $25,000 bond. A fourth man was arrested after a traffic stop early Sunday morning. Police said
Officer Mark Harmon made a routine traffic stop on Holly Street around 5:25a.m. The driver identified as
32-year-old Jonathan Boyd of McGehee. Authorities discovered 114.1 grams (over 4oz.) of suspected marijuana
inside the vehicle, two suspected ecstasy pills, and a firearm. Boyd was charged with possession of a Schedule
VI controlled substance marijuana with purpose to deliver and possession of a Schedule I/II controlled substance
with purpose to deliver. A convicted felon, Boyd also faces charges of simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms.
Boyd had his first court appearance Tuesday and remains in the McGehee Criminal Justice Facility on a $50,000 bond.