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FOUR ARRESTED IN 24 HOURS FOR METH IN CUMBERLAND CO.

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Cumberland County deputies arrested four individuals in a 24 hour time period for meth. Two took place yesterday (August 13, 2019) following a traffic stop at McDonald’s on Peavine Road. A K9 reportedly alerted officers to the presence of drugs. Authorities arrested 35-year-old Jason Lyle Nash and 55-year-old Joe Levi Reagan, both of eastern Cumberland County, for manufacture, sale and delivery of meth. Another traffic stop at the Pilot gas station on Genesis Road resulted in the jailing of 51-year-old Kimberly Ann Walker of Crossville. The third incident happened Monday (August 12, 2019) when deputies saw a vehicle pull out of a residence suspected of drug activity. A consent search of a purse allegedly revealed drugs. Officers arrested 52-year-old Vernetta Ann Lewis of Crossville. All four were charged with manufacture, sale and delivery of meth.

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