Volume 51, Number 29

eighteen pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, July 17, 2014

Four arrested for meth manufacturing

Four arrested for meth manufacturingOn July 1st, Pickett County Sheriff's Department Deputy Malcolm Johnson along with Sheriff Dana E. Dowdy and Chief Deputy Steve Wilber discovered meth components from a routine traffic stop on Highway 111.

According to the report, there were four components of manufacturing meth in the vehicle along with a juvenile under the age of 16.

Michael Ed Perdue, 19, 198 Perdue Rd., Bobby J. Alvarado, 36, 130 Everett Ln., Brian K. Fox, 48, 1102 Hillcrest Annex, and Brenda A. Asberry, 34, 110 Everett Lane, all of Byrdstown, were all charged with child endangerment, and promotions of manufacturing meth.

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