SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- A man borrowed a few kitchen items and ended up behind bars on drug charges.
Sevier County Court records show Edward Williams borrowed aluminum foil, a strainer, funnel, drill and saw from a neighborhood.
When Williams returned them, they were broken and had a white powder on them. That's when she called police who found meth in his home.
Williams is charged with possession and manufacture of meth and is still in the Sevier County Jail.
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