Two charged with buying meth materials, one on run

From left to right, Dustin Slaven, Amanda Slaven and James Creekmore.

From left to right, Dustin Slaven, Amanda Slaven and James Creekmore.

ONEIDA, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Three people are facing charges and one is on the run in Scott County for buying materials to make meth with a Wal-Mart gift card, according to the Oneida Police Department.

Police say the suspects, Amanda Slaven, Dustin Slaven and James Creekmore, took turns buying ingredients to make meth over a week.

Both Slavens were arrested and charged.

Police say the other suspect, James Creekmore, is on the run.


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