Eight people were taken into custody early this morning (Thursday, June 29, 2017) following a noise complaint in Roane County. According to the arrest report from the Kingston Police Department, officers were called to an apartment on South Third Street around 1:30 this morning. When they arrived, they saw the door to the dwelling open with loud music coming from inside. As officers approached, they allegedly smelled a strong odor commonly associated with marijuana. Once inside, officers found eight adults and a juvenile. Police also allegedly observed a glass pipe on a table in plain view with marijuana in it and located a bag weighing 1 ounce with marijuana inside. The report states that the juvenile told police she had been smoking the drug in the apartment with the adults. The juvenile was later released to a care giver. Officers arrested 23-year-old Caleb Stephenson of Kingston, 47-year-old Angela Kennedy of Kingston, 25-year-old Anthony Alfredo of Etowah, 19-year-old Sherokee Gore of Etowah, 19-year-old Katie Clark of La Follette, 39-year-old Samantha Clark of La Follette, 18-year-old Robert Schultz of Knoxville and charged each with of simple possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Officers arrested 20-year-old Ivory Peddicord of Harriman and charged her with manufacture, sell and delivery of a Schedule VI drug, possession of drug paraphernalia and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Angela Kennedy of Kingston, Anthony Alfredo of Etowah, Caleb Stephenson of Kingston, contributing to a minor, drug paraphernalia, Ivory Peddicord of Harriman, Katie Clark of La Follette, Kingston Police Department, Kingston Tennessee, possession of drugs, Roane County Tennessee, Roane County Tennessee jail, Robert Schultz of Knoxville, Samantha Clark of La Follette, Sherokee Gore of Etowah