Lee County Meth Lab Discovered by Deputies

According to the latest Lee County Sheriff’s Office Press Release, on August 29, 2018 Deputy Mason Cook responded to the Blue Jay Drive section of Lee County in reference to warrant service.  Deputy Cook identified the wanted subject inside of the residence but was unable to get an answer at the door of the home. Deputy Cook then obtained search warrants for the residence and vehicles on the property.
While executing the search warrants, deputies located a white crystal substance believed to be methamphetamine on the kitchen table, along with several syringes. During the search for the wanted subject deputies also located a number of precursors used in the production of methamphetamine. Sgt. Chris Dillman contacted the Southwest Virginia Drug Task Force and they responded to the scene.
An additional search warrant was obtained by Sgt. J.T. Coleman for the possibility of a methamphetamine lab in the residence. Upon the execution of that search warrant a number of precursors for the production of methamphetamine were located along with several used methamphetamine cooks and one active methamphetamine cook. Southwest Virginia Drug Task Force collected all the evidence and secured the scene.
Deputy Jeff Smith placed William Wallace Harry Jr of Pennington Gap under arrest for Possession of a Schedule 2 Narcotic Class 5 Felony, Possession of Precursors to Manufacture Methamphetamine Class 6 Felony, and Manufacturing Methamphetamine an Unclassified Felony.
Deputy Mason Cook placed Jennifer Johnson of Tazewell, Tn under arrest for Possession of a Schedule 2 Narcotic Class 5 Felony, Possession of Precursors to Manufacture Methamphetamine Class 6 Felony, and Manufacturing Methamphetamine an Unclassified Felony.
 

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