Friday, May 03, 2013

Johnson City Meth Bust
A car driving near West Main and Whitney Street without head lights got the attention of Johnson City police officers. The officers walked up to the vehicle and found Amanda Carter trying to leave the car she had parked in an alley. Officers asked Carter and her passenger, Mark Harrison for ID and noticed a strong chemical smell. They placed the pair under arrest and called the East Tennessee Meth Task Force. A certified tech recovered numerous components that were used to manufacture methamphetamine, digital scales, glass pipes used to consume the drug, and a large amount of used syringes. Amanda Carter and Mark Harrison are charged with numerous drug offenses among other crimes. (JH)

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