Limestone County authorities arrested five
people after discovering meth-making materials and drug paraphernalia at a home
Sheriff Mike Blakely and a narcotics
investigator responded to information about a possible meth lab at a home on
the 19200 block of Cox Road.
The investigator heard people talking in the
garage and could smell the odor of a meth lab. After making contact with the
resident, Thomas Ray Eaton, they were given permission to search.
Sheriff Blakely discovered a partial meth lab
on a table in the garage, along with a complete meth lab, finished meth, a
pistol, a shotgun, scales, pipes and other paraphernalia.
Also in the garage were William Forrester
Ellison, Beth Alyson Shaw, Amanda Kay Knighten, and Linda Elizabeth Holman.
All five were arrested and charged with
manufacturing and possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at $56,000 per person.
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