2 arrested after deputies find meth making materials | Crime
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - Sheriff's deputies arrested a man and woman Saturday morning in Mayfield on meth charges and child endangerment.
Graves County Sheriff Dewayne Redmon said that a search warrant was executed at a home located at 120 S 16th Street in Mayfield during the early morning hours of Saturday, June 22.
Arrested were Donnie Garlic, 43, and Amber Howard, 28. They were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of controlled substance first degree methamphetamine, trafficking in controlled substance first degree methamphetamine, controlled substance endangerment of a child fourth degree, and trafficking in controlled substance second degree, unlawful possession of meth precursor; all of which are felony charges and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to Redmon, investigators had received information that illegal drug activity may have been taking place inside the home and a search warrant was obtained. During the execution of the search warrant, investigators found a 4-year-old child asleep in the house where illegal narcotics were being made.
Redmon said a bedroom had been converted to a manufacturing facility to produce methamphetamine. Items such as funnels, tubing, pill grinders, filters, Muriatic Acid, Camp Fuel, Lithium batteries, cold packs and ground up Pseudoephedrine pills were all located in the room where the methamphetamine was being made. Several boxes of Pseudoephedrine pills were found that had been bought for the sole reason of making Methamphetamine. Several baggies of methamphetamine were found on a kitchen table that was packaged up for resale. Digital scales, straws, foils and other items of paraphernalia were also found throughout the home.
The couple was taken to the Graves County Jail awaiting court proceedings. The Sheriff’s Department was assisted by Detectives of the Mayfield Police Department during the search warrant.
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