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FOUR ARRESTED IN CROSSVILLE AFTER 420 BAGGIES OF DRUGS REPORTEDLY DISCOVERED

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Acting on a tip from Crossville-Cumberland County Crimestoppers, Crossville police recently responded to a Old Lantana Road residence where drug activity was reported. Officers knocked on the door and once it was opened, an odor of marijuana was reportedly detected. A search warrant was later served for the residence. Officers allegedly found 420 baggies of meth and marijuana as well as drug paraphernalia and pills. Officers arrested 27-year-old Emilee Belle Breazeale, 20-year-old Kayla Gayle Edwards, 22-year-old Alan David Harris, and 37-year-old Alec Joe Ledbetter, all of Crossville. All four were charged with the manufacture, sale and delivery of meth.

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