Sheriff’s deputies and officers with the Lookout Mountain Drug Task Force
busted five individuals on three separate incidences in connection with meth
labs last week.
On Aug. 26, the
Dade County Sheriff's office and the Lookout Mountain Drug Task Force were
conducting a follow-up investigation from a concerned citizen in the Slygo
area. While at a residence a vehicle approached and the agents recognized some
of the suspects from previous arrests. Officers requested permission to search
the vehicle and consent was given. Located in the vehicle were numerous
prescription medications and components used in manufacturing
Kenimer, Adrian Christian Williams and Christel Gail Ogles were arrested and
charged with criminal intent to manufacture methamphetamine.
also charged in connection with a meth lab found at a residence on Jeffery Town
Road in Trenton on Aug. 27.
law enforcement officials a search warrant was served at the Jeffery Town
residence, which stemmed from the arrests made earlier in Slygo. During the
search a meth lab and its components were found. Williams was again charged
with criminal intent to manufacture methamphetamine. His bond was set at
also charged Wesley Eugene Blevins and Renee Elizabeth Blevins with intent to
manufacture methamphetamine and possession of marijuana, less than one ounce on
arrested the couple after they responded to a tip from a citizen about possible
drug activity at a residence located at 66 Mountain View Road in Trenton. A
search warrant was executed and officials discovered a non-working meth lab and
components for the manufacture of meth.
Bond was set at
is a former employee of Dade County government.