Friday, April 27, 2012

Meth Pollution In Unicoi County
Unicoi County Sheriff Mike Hensley has posted a warning for the safety of fishermen and those using little Indian Creek for recreation purposes. Authorities raided a large methamphetamine operation earlier this week and have now found meth waste and debris downstream. Gerald Guinn was arrested in Limestone Cove area man Tuesday night after officers found him leaving a barn where investigators allege he was making the illegal drug. Little Indian Creek is a popular trout fishing stream.(CS)

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