Drug trafficking charges added to Gainesville man already convicted of grand theft


GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Terrence Kareem McDavid, Jr., 27, has been charged with possession of trafficking quantities of phenethylamines after investigators identified his fingerprints on bags of narcotics that were found during execution of a search warrant last summer in Majestic Oaks.

The search warrant was executed on June 28, 2022, and resulted in the arrest of Jessica Jean Flones, 39, who has since pled guilty to federal drug charges and is awaiting sentencing.

The search reportedly produced two silver bags containing about 1800 grams of a white rock-like substance that tested positive for synthetic cathinone (molly); the bags were processed for fingerprints, and two fingerprints were lifted. The fingerprints reportedly matched McDavid’s fingerprints.

Detectives obtained a search warrant for Flones’ cell phone and reportedly found text messages between Flones and McDavid that indicated they were romantically involved and that Flones was obtaining narcotics from McDavid. Detectives also reportedly found numerous photos of McDavid on Flones’ phone.

In one message, Flones reportedly told someone that she was not home to sell them narcotics, but McDavid would provide the drugs. In other messages, she reportedly told people that she had bought significant amounts of narcotics from McDavid, but they had a disagreement after she contacted his suppliers directly. Flones also reportedly mentioned that she was tired of buying narcotics through a middleman.

Detectives reportedly used a confidential source to purchase molly from McDavid; the source reportedly told them that McDavid is known to be a dealer of molly, cocaine, and marijuana.

McDavid was arrested in July 2022 and charged with armed robbery, false imprisonment, and extortion; he has been in jail since the arrest and was sentenced to four years in state prison on January 26 after pleading to grand theft in exchange for the other charges being dropped. He is still in the Alachua County Jail at this time.

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  • Yes he is outstanding dude and he’s also very smart that’s what’s wrong with the justice system now always trying to go back and find something where they can keep our black young men caged up like animals but he knows the law and trust he won’t stick may God bless

    • Auntie: god bless that he got that neck tattoo too so he can be identified easily. In the name of Jesus Christ our lord and savior. Hallelujah and Amen.

    • Why is he poisoning the black peoples in our community with drugs? He’s going to hell.

    • Looks like the Feds want him Auntie….Maybe BLM can provide a
      Lawyer for him…You get what you pay for when you get a public defender.

    • I’m sorry that the easy money, drugs and guns gangsta culture has swallowed your nephew.

    • Give it a f’n rest. Maybe as his auntie you could have re-directed his violent, criminal behavior.

  • Apparently he wasn’t given the memo for Gainesville native residents not attending college.

  • Another ‘majestic’ citizen from one of our favorite hood rat section 8 housing project….yep…. you guessed it….Majestic Oaks.

    • They need to piss test those section 8 people before they give them the free housing…they need to piss text Grace Mkt people too if they are to receive any benefits or stay there…No welfare checks if you get caught with illegal drugs in your system..go to drug treatment to restore checks & benefits

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