Arrests Made After Discovery of West Tennessee Meth Lab

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(Drummonds,TN) Tipton County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested two people in connection with a meth lab in Drummonds.

Carrie Hammerbeck and Jason Greenlee were arrested at their home on Hutchison Road.

Deputies found an active meth lab in the grill outside the home along with a marijuana plant growing in a flower pot in the backyard.

Investigators also found the ingredients to make meth inside the house along with drug paraphernalia.

The site was cleaned up by the West Tennessee Meth Task Force.

Hammerbeck is charged with Possession of Marijuana and is free on a $1,000 bond.

Greenlee is charged with Manufacturing of Marijuana and Manufacturing of Meth. He is free on a $10,000 bond.

Hammerbeck and Greenlee will be in Tipton County General Sessions Court on September 8th.