I am minister Eugene Wooden, as associate pastor of Greater Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 3077 Johnson Avenue, Memphis, TN 38112. I am also a part-time employee at the Amazon Plant directly across from this facility, On June 18, 2023 at approximately 12:55 a.m., a white Chevy Camaro with black insignia markings shifted out its lane on Watkins Street into my lane striking my auto which caused my front left tire to be wedged up aside the street curve. When I got of my auto to speak with vehicle's driver there were two persons occupying this vehicle. Shaqueta Warren identified herself as the driver and asked that I not call the police. She gave me a fake insurance company to contact about the accident, She also misspelled her name. When I left her auto then returned to get her phone number, I observed her and the other occupant in her auto passed which appeared by its distinct odor to be some form of cocaine or Meth Ice, I had to knock on the auto window for them to notice me. I then got her phone number and went back to my auto.
I had no intentions of addressing this complaint to Nike's management until my niece who also works with Ms. Warren and her boyfriend at the Nike's N.A.L. campus, told me that these two are actually selling cocaine, marijuana and fentanyl laced pills to other Nike's employees while at work and during their 7:00 p.m. break. For which it was also related to me that Warran's boyfriend is a gang member and other employees are afraid to report that he and Warren report to work under the influence and smokes cocaine during their break, This when the selling of passing out packets of the requested drugs occurs. Being a former Memphis Policeman myself and a minister, the selling of the powerful drug fentanyl really bothers me because these two persons are of color and the ones they are probably selling their drugs to are Black people as well. As a policeman I worked as an undercover cop to get drugs out of the black community. I would hope some corrective steps are taken to alleviate this problem before one of the Nike's employee die from using fentanyl as if it is not one of the most dangerous street drugs existing right now at large
Desired outcome: That an investigation be conducted to ensure these two people are not selling illegal drugs to their fellow workers on the Nike North American Logistics campus. The employees should be drug free and seek help to maintain their sobriety.