Overton County drug operation nets multiple arrests

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- A drug investigation conducted by the TBI and Overton County Sheriff's Department resulted in the arrest of three Cookeville residents and several other individuals.

The investigation focused on the sale and delivery of various illegal narcotics and resulted in six people charged with drug-related offenses.

Steven Allen Wash, of Cookeville, was charged with two counts for sale of schedule II controlled substance and two counts for delivery of schedule II controlled substance. He is being held in the Overton County Jail on a $90,000 bond.

Tammy Renee Daily, of Cookeville, was charged with two counts for sale of schedule II controlled substance and two counts for delivery of schedule II controlled substance. She is being held in the Overton County Jail on a $90,000 bond.

Jennifer Lynn Norris, of Cookeville, was charged with one count for sale of schedule III controlled substance and one count for delivery of schedule III controlled substance. She is being held on a $40,000 bond in the Overton County Jail.

Byrdstown resident Joey Dwight Rhule was charged with one count for sale of schedule II controlled substance and one count for delivery of schedule II controlled substance. He is being held on a $50,000 bond in the Overton County Jail.

Two Livingston residents, Barbara K. Duke and Christy Dean Buck, were charged as well.

Duke was charged with one count sale of schedule III controlled substance and one count of delivery of schedule III controlled substance. She is being held on a $40,000 bond at the Overton County Jail.

Buck was charged with one count of sale of a schedule IV in a drug-free school zone, one count delivery of a schedule IV substance in a drug-free zone, one count sale of schedule II controlled substance in a drug-free school zone and one count delivery of schedule II controlled substance in a drug-free zone. She is being held at the Overton County Jail on a $60,000 bond.