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Savannah Police charge two men following drug and weapons investigation
One man charged was allegedly targeted in recent shooting incidents
Guns and contraband seized in the investigation to drug activity on Savannah's Reynolds Street. - photo by Savannah Police Department
Two men are facing multiple drug- and gun-related charges following an investigation into drug activity on Reynolds Street, according to an announcement issued by the Savannah Police Department on Feb. 23.

On Feb. 18, following an investigation into drug activity, officers executed a search warrant at a residence in the 2000 block of Reynolds Street.

There officers seized three firearms, 4.97 grams of marijuana, 53.73 grams of MDMA powder, 10.33 grams of powder cocaine, .86 grams of heroin, and 543 MDMA pills. One of the seized firearms was determined to have been previously stolen in Savannah.

Tysean Davis, 18, who resided at the residence, and Bryant Bigham, 39, were charged with trafficking MDMA and three counts of possession of a controlled substance. Davis was also charged with theft by taking.

Davis was previously shot on E. 37th Street on Feb. 4, and is believed to have been an intended target in multiple recent shootings in Savannah. In all cases, Davis has been uncooperative with police.

Detectives continue to investigate the case.