Volume 51, Number 43

fourteen pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, October 23, 2014

Erratic driver leads to three drug arrests

Erratic driver leads  to three drug arrestsThe Pickett County Sheriff's Department received a call on June 23rd regarding an erratic and possibly drunk driver on Gib Moles Road.

The driver was Karen M. Bowden, 42, of Jamestown. She was charged with DUI, Implied Consent, Driving on Revoked, Possession of Schedule II.
Passenger Jeremy M. Meador, 27 of Jamestown, was charged with Possession of Schedule II (Meth), Public Intoxication, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Passenger Andrew L. Tinch, 41 of Jamestown, was charged with Possession of Schedule II (Meth), Public Intoxication, Tampering or Fabricating Evidence, Child Endangerment.
Pickett County Sheriff Dana Dowdy along with Chief Deputy Steve Wilber and Officer Mike Worley investigated the incident.

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