3 facing meth charges
Posted: Tuesday, January 22, 2013 9:14 pm
The Messenger, January 22, 2013
Three people have been arrested and are facing multiple charges in connection with the discovery of a meth lab on South Bluff Road Monday night, according to Chief Deputy Kent Treece with the Obion County Sheriff’s Department.
He told The Messenger today deputies were acting on a drug tip when they went to a residence at 3451 South Bluff Road at 7:39 p.m. Monday. They spoke to the residents of the house and were given permission to search the premises.
Deputies discovered numerous components used in the manufacture of methamphetamine, including precursors and utensils, according to Treece. Arrested on the scene was Kathy Madonna Bone, 42, of Tiptonville, Amanda Blair Olhausen, 29, and David Korey Olhausen, 34, both of 3451 South Bluff Road. All three have been charged with the manufacture of a controlled substance, promotion of the manufacture of a controlled substance and possession of a Schedule II substance (methamphetamine).
The three suspects are currently being held in the Obion County Law Enforcement Complex and were scheduled to be arraigned at 1 p.m. today.
Assisting the deputies at the scene were members of the 27th Judicial District Drug Task Force.