Three individuals are facing drug charges following two incidents in Cumberland County. Deputies reportedly observed a vehicle coming out of the Exxon on Main Street with very dark window tinting. A K-9 officer alerted authorities to the possible presence of drugs in the vehicle. A search reportedly revealed pills, a digital scale, several small plastic bags and meth. Officers arrested 36-year-old Bobby Lynn Norris of Crossville for manufacture, sale and delivery of drugs, possession of a legend drug and possession of drug paraphernalia. Also taken into custody was 40-year-old William Chad Meadows of Crossville for manufacture, sale and delivery of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. In another case, 50-year-old Michael Eugene Norris of Crossville was arrested on Taylors Chapel Road for an outstanding warrant. A search of Norris reportedly revealed meth. He was charged with possession of a Schedule II drug. All three were transported to the Cumberland County jail.