Friday, September 27, 2013

Meth Makers Busted
What began as a trespassing call turned into a meth bust for Elizabethton police officers. Police were called to an outbuilding on Bluefield Avenue and found Katrina and Scott Peters nearby. The property owner had told them to stay away, but police say the Peters had been using the outbuilding to make meth. They had run into the woods and had tried to burn the meth making materials before police caught up to them. (SH)

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