Car chase, search warrants leads to drug bust (with photos)

By Anna Norris

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Car chase, search warrants leads to drug bust (with photos)

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August 14, 2014 Updated Aug 14, 2014 at 7:50 PM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Five people are facing various charges, including drugs and weapons, after a chase through downtown Binghamton and the search of an apartment.

The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force, Metro SWAT team and Binghamton Police executed the search warrant at 15 Williams St.

According to a county press release, investigators also had warrants for a car and for one of the people arrested, Davon Wilkerson.

The weapons found included a 9mm handgun, one sawed-off shotgun, a .22-caliber gun, 30.06-caliber gun and ammunition, according to the release.

Investigators also said they found 60 grams of marijuana and  20 bags of heroin.

According to investigators, three children under the age of 10, including an infant born in July, were in the apartment at the time of the search.

The following people have been arrested and charged:


Davon Wilkerson, 25, of Binghamton
- Criminal possession of a controlled substance, class A misdemeanor
- Criminal possession of marijuana in the fifth degree, class B misdemeanor

Damon Nelson, 30, of Binghamton
- Criminal possession of a controlled substance, class A misdemeanor
- Criminal possession of marijuana in the fifth degree, class B misdemeanor
- Criminal possession of a firearm, class E felony
- Criminal impersonation in the second degree, class A misdemeanor
- Three counts of endangering the welfare of a child, class A misdemeanors
- Warrant for assault in the third degree
- Warrant for cruelty to animals

Jacqueline Guerrero, 26, of Binghamton

- Three counts of endangering the welfare of a child, class A misdemeanors
- Warrant for harassment in the second degree

Javon Jones, 18, of Binghamton

- Unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation

William Nash, 35, of Binghamton
- Reckless endangerment in the second degree, class A misdemeanor

Investigators said Nash fled from authorities, which led to a chase downtown.

The investigation is continuing.

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