Thursday, August 29, 2013

Tip Leads to Meth Bust
Authorities say that tips from the public is one of the best tools they have to fight the meth problem in our region and that proved true again last night. Johnson City police went to a mobile home on North Creek Drive and found Kyle White. The original tip told police about White and his outstanding warrants for reckless endangerment and identity theft. But once officers went inside his home, they found a working methamphetamine lab. White was also inside with two women and a 5-year old child. The women were not charged with any crimes at the time of the arrest. White was arrested and will be charged with outstanding warrants and meth charges. Authorities say he could face additional charges because he was making meth with a child at the home.

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