Moore was arrested and taken to jail on the same day. 19, 2016, Gregory Harold Moore (Moore), 47, of Surgoinsville, Tenn., was sentenced by the Honorable R. A federal search warrant was executed at Moore’s Surgoinsville residence during which law enforcement agents found approximately 48 firearms, over ,000.00 in cash, approximately 190 hydrocodone pills and a silencer.Wallen stated that he couldn’t “beat the h***” out of the individual and then expect him to pay the ,000.00, unless he/she had it on them and he could just take it, “and most people don’t carry ,000.00 on them unless they are Greg Moore.” Wallen and Jones were previously sentenced to 66 months and 41 months respectively for their roles in the relevant conspiracies. We believe that this sentence on Gregory Harold Moore illustrates these intimidation type tactics simply cannot be tolerated in the criminal justice system.” U. Attorney Harr added, “These law enforcement agencies worked closely together to halt the destruction of lives in Hawkins County from illegal drug use and addiction directly attributable to violent drug dealers such as Moore.” Law enforcement agencies participating in the investigation included the Federal Bureau of Investigation Morristown Rocky Top Task Force, Third District Judicial Drug Task Force, Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office, Hamblen County Sheriff’s Office, and Appalachian High Intensity Drug Task Force. He told Jones that the police only found a little over ,000 in cash during the search because he had invested the rest in drugs.Law enforcement agents returned to Moore’s residence and continued their search, locating 355 oxymorphone pills, 357 oxycodone pills and 7.4 ounces of methamphetamine which had been hidden by Moore.
In a subsequent recorded meeting, Davis told Pamela Moore that the value of all of the drugs seized by the police was likely at least ,000.
Davis, Jones and Wallen all met at Jones’ residence in Church Hill to discuss Moore’s directions.