Volume 53, Number 23

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, June 9, 2016

Apartment quarantined from meth lab

By: AMANDA HILL BOND
Pickett County Sheriff's Department found a small meth lab in an apartment located on Hillcrest Drive early Sunday morning.
The department received information about possible meth manufacturing at 410 Hillcrest Drive and upon entering the residence, found a small meth lab.
According to the report Jerry Perdue, 30, and Tammy Stinson, 26, are both charged with felony child endangerment, possession of meth and manufacturing of meth. The Meth Task Force was called to disposed of the waste from the meth and the building was quarantined.
Perdue and Stinson are scheduled to appear before General Sessions Judge Ronnie Zachary January 8th for their first apperance.
Pickett County Deputies Worley, Hammock, Flowers, Chief Dowdy and Meth Certified Officer Conner investigated the case.

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