Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Eight Count Drug Indictments Returned in Greeneville
Eleven people from northeast Tennessee and western North Carolina face federal charges for conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine. The U.S. Department of Justice confirmed that a federal grand jury in Greeneville returned the eight-count indictment against the suspects as a result of an investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Watauga County North Carolina Sheriff's Office. Indictments were returned against three Carter County residents including 29-year old Sara J. Farthing, 38-year old Penny Lipford Ward and 36-year old Minnie Carol Taylor. Also charged were 29-year old Brandy Church of Mountain city, 29-year old Angela Auton-Miller of Boone, N.C. and 53-year old Sandra E. Parlier of Elk Park, N.C. There were five others from Sugar Grove N.C. charged as well. They all face charges of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute methamphetamine, possession of equipment, chemicals, products, and materials used to make the drug. 10 of the defendants already appeared in court and pleaded not guilty to the charges. If convicted, each suspect faces a mandatory term of 10 years in prison, a 10-million dollar fine and at least five years of supervised release and court costs. (bg)

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