Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Carter Co. Meth
Carter County authorities have now dismantled two meth labs and made three arrests on meth charges. The labs were found in the Stoney Creek and roan mountain areas of the county in two separate incidents. The first lab was found after officers did a check on a parked car. 39-year-old David Patrick Abernathy was behind the wheel. Telling officers he stopped to sleep after gathering supplies for others to make meth. Inside the car meth making materials were found and on the ground two bottles used in manufacturing were located. In the second incident authorities were notified by child services that a home had what looked items used to make meth. Officers discovered materials used in manufacture around the home. 26-year-old Joshua Campbell and 35-year-old Tara Reyes were arrested. Officers say their investigation showed both had purchases large amounts of pseudoephedrine, a main component in making meth. Three children were removed from the home. (cc)

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