Monday, July 16, 2012

Two Charged with Meth Manufacturing & Possession
Meth suspect 32-year old Travis Lynn Harvey of Church Hill was being watched by the Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office before deputies pulled him over on a seat belt violation. The Narcotics Unit conducted the traffic stop that led them to seven meth labs. The deputies then smelled the strong odor of ether which is associated with meth manufacturing. Narcotics officers had to apply for a search warrant for his vehicle and residence as he would not allow consent. His girl friend 30 -year old Amber Nichole Anderson was also detained at the Church Hill residence until the search warrant was obtained. Meth was found as well as the seven one pot labs, meth making components and chemicals. The Tennessee methamphetamine task force was notified for clean up activities. Both individuals were charged with manufacturing, felony possession and other charges. (bg)

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