While searching the area with a K9 officer, they heard a woman inside a nearby home yell, “Get out of my house!” Gibson then fled from the home and officers arrested him.
Gibson was allegedly found with a 14-gram bag of marijuana, two bags of heroin totaling about five grams, two cell phones and money, court records say.
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Officers later spoke with a woman inside the home who said Gibson allegedly entered the home without her permission and told her he was being chased by people with guns, court records say. Gibson allegedly offered to pay her to allow him to stay in the home, but police said she refused and screamed at him to get out of their home.
Court records also say Gibson allegedly sold heroin to a criminal informant in September. The alleged sale of fentanyl and carfentanil was made in a business parking lot about 715 feet from Hayward Middle School, according to court records.
Gibson remains in the Clark County Jail.
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