Nashville, TN – A Tennessee state trooper arrested two previously convicted felons and another man on drug charges earlier this week after stopping their vehicle for speeding in a construction zone in Coffee County.
Trooper Donnie Clark on Tuesday afternoon stopped a sport utility vehicle for a speeding violation on westbound Interstate-24 near the 115 mile marker. Upon initial contact with the driver, Alphonso Mucker, 27, of Hardinsburg, KY, Trooper Clark observed several indications of possible criminal activity. «Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County, TN – One suspect is in custody today after a meth lab was found in a basement apartment of an Old Ashland City Road residence this morning.
Mollie Hickman, 25, who gave a 2314 Old Ashland City Road address was booked into the Montgomery County Jail and charged with initiation of the process with the intent to manufacture meth. Her bond was set at $10,000.
Montgomery County, TN – A deputy with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office tonight, when attempting to apprehend a suspect near Madison Street and McAdoo Creek, discovered a one-pot meth lab in the suspect’s vehicle.
Deputy Jacob Kent witnessed a suspect at the Sango Market, and he knew that he was wanted on two felony warrants. He took the suspect into custody, waited for backup and searched the vehicle.
Montgomery County, TN – The Clarksville Police Department was dispatched to a vacant home on Madison Street in response to possible trespassing, which turned into a methamphetamine manufacturing investigation.
The property owner believed people had been in the home and told officers that he had seen signs of meth manufacturing. CPD contacted the 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force, Clarksville Fire Rescue and Montgomery County EMS.«Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County, TN – Two have been arrested in a methamphetamine lab found at a Providence Boulevard motel early this morning.
Jennifer Owens, 29, who gave a 59 Chestnut Drive address and Christopher Duncan, 22, who gave a 511 Linda Lane address were booked into Montgomery County Jail and charged with initiating the process of methamphetamine production.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office reports Six-unit Apartment Complex Quarantined after Meth Lab found
Montgomery County, TN – A six-unit apartment complex on Baltimore Drive was quarantined today, August 25th, after agents of the 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force found a methamphetamine lab in one of the units.
Joseph Fox, 47, who gave a 1611 Baltimore Drive Apartment 5 address was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on charges of promotion of meth manufacture.
Montgomery County, TN – Two people have been arrested by Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies in a methamphetamine lab found in a Westfield Court hotel earlier today.
Lisa Lejeune, 34, who gave a Haywood Court address, was arrested on charges in outstanding warrants as well as charges related to today’s lab. Her bond was set at $85,000. Timothy Holliday, 27, was also arrested and charged with violation of probation, drug charges and on out-of-state warrants. His bond was set at $260,000.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
Montgomery County, TN – Agents with the 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force last night, July 8th, 2014, dismantled a methamphetamine lab at a local apartment and arrested one woman.
Samantha Smith, 29, who gave a 245 Executive Drive Apt. 2A address, was booked into Montgomery County Jail on charges of initiating the process of manufacturing methamphetamine.
Written by Joe Pitts
Highlights of the session includes legislation to address Methamphetamine production, Education and a Balanced Budget
Nashville, TN – The second session of the 108th Tennessee General Assembly ended with a whimper on Thursday, April 18th, 2014, as the members of the House of Representatives and Senate adjourned sine die for the year.
The annual session started out with great promise in improving the lives of Tennesseans, and mostly met those expectations with a few exceptions.
This is part two of the series discussing the session’s opportunities and challenges.
Nashville, TN – Bill HB1574, by the Bill Haslam administration cracks down on the sale of pseudoephedrine, the main ingredient in the production of methamphetamines. Under this proposal, individuals will be limited to purchasing 5.76 grams a month, or 28.8 grams a year, without a doctor’s prescription.
There were many compromises on this bill. It basically allows 24 pills a month without a prescription. It does not include a price increase. This will cover 98% of Tennesseans and still have a major impact on the production of Meth in the state.
Gel and liquid form of pseudoephedrine is still available in unlimited quantities. «Read the rest of this article»
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