Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Meth Dump Site Found In Sullivan County
A dump site of methamphetamine materials was spotted by the Sullivan County Sheriff’s department. Vice and Narcotics Detectives were investigating on Bancroft Chapel road in Kingsport when they saw a dumpsite in a wooded near a mobile home park. 50-bottles used to make meth were recovered from the area. As the investigation continues charges are pending and the department is requesting information. The Tennessee Methamphetamine Task Force Truck responded to the scene along with the Drug Enforcement Administration and the second Judicial Drug Task Force. Vice detectives with the Kingsport Police Department and the Bristol Tennessee Police department assisted Sullivan County EMS and the Bloomingdale Volunteer Fire Department with the investigation and clean up. (bg)

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