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SEVEN ARRESTED ON METH CHARGE IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY

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Seven individuals face meth charges in four different incidents within a 72 hour period in Cumberland County

Deputies in Cumberland County came upon a man walking on the 800 block of Turner Road just after nightfall Friday evening. The report states 29-year-old Brent Lee Hodge of Crossville appeared to be under the influence. Officers arrested Hodge with public intoxication and while being processed at the jail, a hypodermic needle and a bag of meth was allegedly found on him. Hodge was additionally charged with manufacture, sale and delivery of meth and introducing contraband into a penal institution.

Also on Friday, deputies went to an apartment on Locust Grove Drive for suspected drug activity. A consent search of the dwelling reportedly revealed meth and a digital scale. One bag reportedly was marked “methamphetamine (ICE)” allegedly found behind a washer and dryer. Three individuals in the apartment did not want to claim the drugs. Officers arrested 19-year-old Mackenzie Faith Cornell, 26-year-old Micheala Diane Fox and 31-year-old Brian Allen Sherrill, all of Crossville, and charged them each with manufacture, sale and delivery of meth.

Cumberland County deputies stopped a vehicle without proper registration Saturday night on Peavine Road near I-40. A K-9 officer alerted the deputy to possible presence of drugs in the vehicle. A search allegedly revealed meth, pills and a digital scale. Deputies took 57-year-old Sabrina Ann Stevens of Crossville and 33-year-old Jamie Lynn Reynolds of Monterey into custody for manufacture, sale and delivery of meth, manufacture, sale and delivery of a controlled substance, simple possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.

A deputy observed a man walking in the outbound lane of travel on Highway 127 North with very erratic behavior. The officer arrested 24-year-old Timothy James (T.J.) Debord of Crossville for public intoxication. A search of Debord allegedly revealed a bag containing meth. Once at the jail, corrections officers located a hypodermic needle in Debord’s pocket underneath his coveralls. Debord was charged with manufacture, sale and delivery of meth.

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