Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Meth Child Endangerment
Child Endangerment and methamphetamine charges have been placed against a Carter County man. 33-year-old Lance Daniel Nidiffer of Riverbottom Road was arrested after the Sheriff’s department found what they believe is the largest meth dumping sites in the history of the department. Police say they found more than twenty bottles of the one pot meth labs on the property, along with cold medicine packages, fuel, and other items used to manufacture the drug. The police were called to the residence by the family of 29-year-old Heather Stevens who is Nidiffer’s live-in girlfriend. Family members suspected she was being abused and asked police to do a welfare check. When they arrived they noticed the smell of that comes from cooking the chemicals in making meth and asked to search the residence. Stevens has two children that live in the home where the drug was being cooked and the Department of Children’s services tested positive for methamphetamine. Stevens admitted the children had been present while the drug had been cooked in the residence several times. Nidiffer was named as the one cooking the drug and is set to be in court on this charge May 6th. (CC)

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