LAFOLLETTE, Tenn. (WVLT) - Campbell County deputies arrested 4 people on meth-related charges.
The sheriff's office say they got an anonymous tip about a possible meth lab on Pleasant Drive in Lafollette Monday afternoon. When they got there, they smelled a strong odor and found burned evidence of meth. Deputies got a search warrant and went back to the house. They found more meth making materials, and a woman hiding in an air conditioning vent.
Deputies arrested all four people inside the house. Reggie Anderson, Keith Wallace, Misty Tackett, and Kristy Brandenberg all face charges for initiating the procedure intended to manufacture meth and possession of drug paraphernalia. Wallace and Tackett are also charged with possession of Scheduled II Controlled Substance.
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