Thursday, March 07, 2013

Child Endangerment, Drugs, Firearms & Federal Charges
Additional charges and the possible upgrade of current state charges are being considered. Three Smyth County neighbors placed small children and other apartment complex residents in danger by involving themselves with meth manufacturing. The child endangerment charges were placed when police discovered a working meth lab in the Saltville apartment. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency along with state and local authorities found three children ages 1, 2 & 3 living in the Fork Manor Apartment near the active meth lab. Smyth County Social Services took the children to Johnston Memorial Hospital for evaluation before releasing them to relatives. The warrant was complicated by kids and guns in the same apartment. 29 year old Nehemiah S. Meridith was arrested along with 31 year old Daniel Christopher Cyr and 24 year old Heather Sandra Blevins who were charged with three counts of child endangerment in addition to drug and firearms charges. Federal Charges are pending. (bg)

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