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3 PLEAD GUILTY TO ROANE COUNTY DRUG CONSPIRACY

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Three people have pleaded guilty to charges connected to a Roane County drug conspiracy. 28-year-old Amanda Wells, 48-year-old Lamar England and 45-year-old Clarance Laymance pleaded guilty in federal court last week to charges of selling methamphetamine. Court files revealed that all three admitted to meeting a male subject, identified as Gerald Musson at public places such as Kroger or Lowe’s in Midtown in order to make drug transactions. Musson, along with Demetrious Hodges, Alfred Barrett, Justin Redmon, William Colyer and Anthony Jones, have also been charged in the case. Charges brought against the conspirators were the result of a joint investigation which included the Roane County Sheriff’s Dept. and the FBI.

 


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