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Friday, January 30, 2015

Raid on Rash Road in Meadowview Results in Two Women Booked on Meth Charges
Two women are arrested and charged with making meth after a federal search warrant was executed at two homes on Rash Lane in Meadowview. Washington County, VA Sheriff Fred Nemman said his deputies and DEA agents took 40-yr-old Amy Michelle Almany and 28-yr-old Melissa Dawn Adams into custody after finding the remnants of two meth labs. They are facing a combined seven felony meth-related charges.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Raid on Rash Road in Meadowview Results in Two Women Booked on Meth Charges
Two women are arrested and charged with making meth after a federal search warrant was executed at two homes on Rash Lane in Meadowview. Washington County, VA Sheriff Fred Nemman said his deputies and DEA agents took 40-yr-old Amy Michelle Almany and 28-yr-old Melissa Dawn Adams into custody after finding the remnants of two meth labs. They are facing a combined seven felony meth-related charges.

Grand Jury Issues Indictments Stemming from Damascus Meth Raid
Christopher Curtis Emmert managed to escape barefoot and in handcuffs during a police raid for methamphetamine in Damascus. That was in August and his escape proved short lived. Now a Washington County, Virginia grand jury has indicted him on a slew of charges, including conspiracy to manufacture, possess and distribute meth, burglary and grand larceny, and escape.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Grand Jury Issues Indictments Stemming from Damascus Meth Raid
Christopher Curtis Emmert managed to escape barefoot and in handcuffs during a police raid for methamphetamine in Damascus. That was in August and his escape proved short lived. Now a Washington County, Virginia grand jury has indicted him on a slew of charges, including conspiracy to manufacture, possess and distribute meth, burglary and grand larceny, and escape.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Two Charged in Bristol, VA Meth Bust
Bristol, VA Police made a drug arrest on Norfolk Avenue. 49-year old Timothy Allen Jackson and 30-year old Micheal Dwayne Jackson were arrested after a search warrant turned up over 227 grams of methamphetamine. Both men are being held without bond for drugs and conspiracy charges.

Johnson City Man Goes to Prison for Cooking and Distributing Meth
A Johnson City man was ordered to serve 7 years in federal prison for cooking methamphetamine at his home on East Unaka Avenue and distributing the drug. That sentence plus four years of supervision after he is released from prison was handed to 45-year-old Scott Pridemore. Pridemore was convicted of conspiring to distribute narcotics stemming from a police raid at his home more than a year ago.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Johnson City Man Goes to Prison for Cooking and Distributing Meth
A Johnson City man was ordered to serve 7 years in federal prison for cooking methamphetamine at his home on East Unaka Avenue and distributing the drug. That sentence plus four years of supervision after he is released from prison was handed to 45-year-old Scott Pridemore. Pridemore was convicted of conspiring to distribute narcotics stemming from a police raid at his home more than a year ago.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Mountain City Man Sentenced For His Part in Meth Ring
Authorities in Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina investigated a potential methamphetamine ring for seven years that led to the indictment of nearly 50 people. The investigation started in 2006 and ended in May 2013. The latest from the group to be sentenced is 37-year old Tony Jerome Snyder of Mountain City. Snyder will serve a little over 11 years in prison for his part in a conspiracy to get pseudophederine and other meth making materials for their “shake and bake” labs. The group then distributed their product throughout East Tennessee. After he's released, Snyder will on supervised probation for 5 years. The US Attorney says his office has worked hard to help reduce the number of meth labs in east Tennessee and will continue to aggressively prosecute these cases.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Mountain City Man Sentenced For His Part in Meth Ring
Authorities in Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina investigated a potential methamphetamine ring for seven years that led to the indictment of nearly 50 people. The investigation started in 2006 and ended in May 2013. The latest from the group to be sentenced is 37-year old Tony Jerome Snyder of Mountain City. Snyder will serve a little over 11 years in prison for his part in a conspiracy to get pseudophederine and other meth making materials for their “shake and bake” labs. The group then distributed their product throughout East Tennessee. After he's released, Snyder will on supervised probation for 5 years. The US Attorney says his office has worked hard to help reduce the number of meth labs in east Tennessee and will continue to aggressively prosecute these cases.

"Meth Runner" Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison by Abingdon Judge
A 10 year prison sentence was ordered in federal court in Abingdon for one of the lead drug "runners" in a well supplied and armed crystal meth ring that distributed for years in Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee. That punishment was given to Roger Austin Jr., also known as "Fat Rog," a one time resident of Marion who pleaded guilty to distributing meth. Police uncovered the ring last spring in a sting called "Salt Vegas," due to ties to Saltville, Abingdon, Mountain City and Butler, Tennessee. Also sentenced after a guilty plea was Jason Michael Mullins, considered a large dealer and cook of meth from Glade Spring. He was ordered to serve three years in prison.

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