Thursday, May 09, 2013

Three arrested for meth
Three very small children are now in the custody of the department of children’s services and three people are facing charges after police discover a meth lab. Bristol Virginia police served a warrant at 225 Reservoir Street where they found several materials to manufacture meth and a cook bottle that had material and residue inside. 50-year-old James Lynn Wright is charged with manufacture of meth, possessions of two or more precursors for making meth, and three counts of allowing children to be present while making meth. 43-year-old Deborah Lynn Wright faces the same charges and 35-year-old Oscar Ray Cutting was taken into custody after police discovered he was wanted in Elizabethton and in Illinois. The three are held in the jail without bond. (CC)

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