The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office has arrested a ten-time felon and two others in a month-long investigation aimed at combating drug trafficking and reducing gang-related activity in our community.
Deputies conducted a meticulously planned undercover operation targeting 35-year-old Clevant "Little D" Davis, Jr. It resulted in the successful apprehension of Davis, Jr., a notorious 32nd Street Coon gang member and a repeat offender with a long history of criminal activities.
Clevant "Little D" Davis, Jr., a ten-time convicted felon and two-time prison releasee, now faces a multitude of charges, including:
- Delivery of a Controlled Substance in Excess of 10 Grams
- Trafficking in Amphetamine 28 to 200 Grams
- Trafficking in Cocaine 28 to 200 Grams
"These arrests are a testament to our unrelenting commitment to the safety and well-being of our community," said Sheriff Chad Chronister. "Let this arrest serve as a resounding message that criminal activity and gang involvement will be met with absolute intolerance from teamHCSO."
Furthermore, 32-year-old Gregory Harden, Jr. and 42-year-old Torrence Palmore, who were both found to be conspiring with Davis, Jr. in drug trafficking, were also apprehended and face multiple charges related to their involvement.
This investigation is ongoing; any updates will be provided by the Public Affairs Office. Individuals that may have additional information on this particular case are asked to call 813-247-8200.