Monday, October 08, 2012

Bristol Meth Arrest
Bristol, Virginia police have arrested a Tennessee man on methamphetamine related charges. Police observed a Jeep Grand Cherokee run a stop sign and then drive erratically through several parking lots. 31 year old Billy Thomas Ross was found to be in possession of two meth cook bottles. One of them had over 227 grams of meth inside it. Officer also found several items required to make meth. Ross is being held in the Bristol, Virginia Jail without bond. (jb)

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