Five arrested in Knox after meth labs...

Five arrested in Knox after meth labs found in home

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No Doomsday

Jasper, GA

#1 Oct 31, 2011
http://thetimestribune.com/local/x783648119/F...

Five people were arrested Tuesday after deputies found methamphetamine labs at a Knox County home, according to Knox County Sheriff John Pickard.

The arrests came after deputies Brian Hensley and Roy Gambrel responded to 348 Ott Road in reference to a report of a possible meth lab. When the deputies arrived, they saw John Jones standing in the doorway until Jones saw them, at which point he tried to flee.

When Gambrel reached the back of the house, he saw Jones trying to exit the basement door. When Jones saw Gambrel, Jones turned and tried to flee back into the residence.

Hensley and Gambrel went into the home, where they located Frederick Owens, Howard Mullins, Denise Cloud and Sylvia Garland, along with Jones.

When they entered the basement, deputies saw pseudoephedrine pills crushed and scattered across the basement floor. They also saw needles scattered about the floor of the upstairs living room and hallway. One of the needles appeared to contain methamphetamine.

Jones was searched and deputies found a small baggie of methamphetamine inside a small red metal container that was in his hand. At that point, the home was searched and an active meth lab was located in Owens’ bedroom closet, another active meth lab was found hidden beneath the seat cover of a motorcycle frame.

Owens was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine second offense, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, controlled substance not in proper container and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Jones was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine first offense, second-degree fleeing and evading police, possession of a controlled substance first offense – meth, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, controlled substance not in proper container, possession of controlled substance.

Mullins was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine first offense and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Cloud was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and prescription controlled substance not in original container.

Garland was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance not in original container.

All five were jailed in the Knox County Detention Center.

The deputies were assisted by Kentucky State Police troopers Jake Wilson and Kelly Farris.

Since: Mar 11

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#2 Oct 31, 2011
another set of low life's in this county Im sorry but its the truth
travis

Green Forest, AR

#3 Oct 31, 2011
the sad part is most want get as much time as thay should thay'll in up making deals and thay'll be out befor you know it .
well

Hazard, KY

#4 Oct 31, 2011
travis wrote:
the sad part is most want get as much time as thay should thay'll in up making deals and thay'll be out befor you know it .
thats why the DEA needs to be called in to handle these lowlifes then they will face federal charges
Mee

Waynesburg, KY

#5 Oct 31, 2011
Where is Ott Road in Knox County? I've never heard of it.
help

Green Forest, AR

#6 Oct 31, 2011
Mee wrote:
Where is Ott Road in Knox County? I've never heard of it.
nere moore hill in corbin
really

Winchester, KY

#7 Oct 31, 2011
Did Denise get her kids back last time?
what

Manchester, KY

#8 Oct 31, 2011
really wrote:
Did Denise get her kids back last time?
Are you kidding me. You mean to tell me that this peson has already been caught, kids taken away and given another go at it. That is exactly why we are seeing crimes everywhere. People if we don't start getting involved everyone will be at home waiting for that check because they sure won't be able to work for the thieves. Sounds like to me the government has a plan..........

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#9 Oct 31, 2011
No Doomsday wrote:
http://thetimestribune.com/loc al/x783648119/Five-arrested-in -Knox-after-meth-labs-found-in -home
Five people were arrested Tuesday after deputies found methamphetamine labs at a Knox County home, according to Knox County Sheriff John Pickard.
The arrests came after deputies Brian Hensley and Roy Gambrel responded to 348 Ott Road in reference to a report of a possible meth lab. When the deputies arrived, they saw John Jones standing in the doorway until Jones saw them, at which point he tried to flee.
When Gambrel reached the back of the house, he saw Jones trying to exit the basement door. When Jones saw Gambrel, Jones turned and tried to flee back into the residence.
Hensley and Gambrel went into the home, where they located Frederick Owens, Howard Mullins, Denise Cloud and Sylvia Garland, along with Jones.
When they entered the basement, deputies saw pseudoephedrine pills crushed and scattered across the basement floor. They also saw needles scattered about the floor of the upstairs living room and hallway. One of the needles appeared to contain methamphetamine.
Jones was searched and deputies found a small baggie of methamphetamine inside a small red metal container that was in his hand. At that point, the home was searched and an active meth lab was located in Owens’ bedroom closet, another active meth lab was found hidden beneath the seat cover of a motorcycle frame.
Owens was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine second offense, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, controlled substance not in proper container and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Jones was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine first offense, second-degree fleeing and evading police, possession of a controlled substance first offense – meth, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, controlled substance not in proper container, possession of controlled substance.
Mullins was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine first offense and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Cloud was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and prescription controlled substance not in original container.
Garland was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance not in original container.
All five were jailed in the Knox County Detention Center.
The deputies were assisted by Kentucky State Police troopers Jake Wilson and Kelly Farris.
You shouldn't put information about arrests on the internet, according to Mary Hammons and J.M. Hall these law abiding criminals have the right to their privacy and should be protected while in the counties care.
Indictments

Jasper, GA

#10 Nov 1, 2011
I know, this was not a nice thing I did. Thank you Limbertwig for bring it to my attention, it won't happen again!

The Times-Tribune
Friday the Knox grand jury indicted Robert Burnett, 68, of Dewitt on charges of murder, carrying a concealed deadly weapon, resisting arrest and being intoxicated in public.

The indictment claims that on Sept. 26, Burnett, killed Charles Pyle, 64, at Pyle’s home on Moore Creek Road.

Pyle was reportedly shot several times and died later.

Three from Lily were also indicted on charges of first-degree assault,

Terry Hubbard, 39, Albert Sawyers, 38, and Howard Harris Jr., 36, were charged with beating a person with a pipe.

Harris was also charged with second-degree burglary and first-degree persistent felony offense (PFO).

In other indictments, James Setser Jr., 46, of Corbin, second-degree assault.

• Marcus Brock, 49, of Barbourville, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

• Jonas Earls, 23, of Corbin, first-degree criminal mischief.

• Brian Davis, 27, of Barbourville, tampering with physical evidence, second-degree hindering prosecution and second-degree PFO.

• Jackie Boles, 35, and James Middleton 30, both of Barbourville, two counts second-degree burglary, three counts third-degree burglary and Boles, first-degree wanton endangerment and first-degree PFO.

• Felica Atkins, 31, Brandon Mills (aka Robert), 28, and Jeremy Kelly 38, of Corbin, second-degree burglary and Mills first-degree PFO.

• Anthony Brinyark, 21, of Gray, second-degree burglary, first-degree criminal mischief and theft by unlawful taking $10,000 or more.

• James O. Sizemore, 25, and Kim Helton, 26, theft by unlawful taking of $500 to $10,000 and Sizemore second-degree PFO.

• Justin Maiden, 23, of Pineville, receiving stolen property worth more than $10,000.

• Tiffany Lynn Mason, 23, of Corbin two counts of theft of identity of another without consent.

• Trevor Johnson, 19, of Corbin, ten counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.

• Tammy Baker (aka Miracle, Padgett) 44, of Middlesboro, first-degree bailjumping and second-degree PFO.

• Imogene Hickman, 57, of Girdler, first-degree bailjumping.

• Susan Thomas (aka Russell), 40, of Corbin, first-degree bailjumping.

• Darlene Smith, 37, of Corbin, program assistance fraud.

• Teeresa Mills, 34, Pineville, program assistance fraud.

• David Huff, 29, Donna Huff, 42, and Kimberly Griffith, 23, all of Gray, David and Donna Huff, making methamphetamine, and six counts fourth-degree controlled substance endangerment to a child. Griffith, first-degree possession of a controlled substance and Griffith and David Huff, possession of drug paraphernalia and Donna Huff, first-degree PFO.

• Bruce Rose, 40, Randall Bays, 50, Carla R. Dillard, 31, of Barbourville and Ashley N. Gray, 23, of Girdler, making meth and Bays, first-degree PFO.

• John Stewart, 34, of Gray, and Faith A. Mills (aka Marcum), 25, of Bimble, making meth and five counts of fourth-degree controlled substance endangerment to a child Mills, first- and second-degree possession of a controlled substance and Stewart defacing a firearm.

Stewart in a separate indictment, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of meth precursors and possession of controlled substance in an improper container.

• Jonathan, D. Wood (aka Jonathon), 19, and Joyce Wood, 52, both of Gray, making meth, possessing drug paraphernalia, Joyce Wood, second-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance in an improper container.

*An indictment is a formal charge by a grand jury and is not a conviction or an admission of guilt.

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Who Cares

Vilonia, AR

#11 Nov 1, 2011
Give it a rest already.......

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#12 Nov 1, 2011
Theres a rhumor going around that the jailor will soon start a new program at the jail. All prisoners will be brought from the jail to the court with bags over their heads to protect their privacy from the public.

I've heard that the biggest obstruction and hold-up to the start of the counties bag plan is that they cant come to agreement about how to protect the prisoners identity while in the courtroom.

It seems that some of the county officials want the prisoners to wear the bags in the courtroom and some want the public that come to the hearings and trials to wear bags while inside of the courtroom.

I hope to have more on this issue later, thank you.

“Respect for Tradition ”

Since: Dec 10

Cannon, KY

#13 Nov 1, 2011
Limbertwig wrote:
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You shouldn't put information about arrests on the internet, according to Mary Hammons and J.M. Hall these law abiding criminals have the right to their privacy and should be protected while in the counties care.
That's right, next they'll find a way to have this forum removed...lol
cer

Manchester, KY

#14 Nov 1, 2011
Nimbletwig wrote:
<quoted text>That's right, next they'll find a way to have this forum removed...lol
Thats not hard to do:)
cer

Manchester, KY

#15 Nov 1, 2011
but...keep the names coming.
Indictments

Jasper, GA

#16 Nov 1, 2011
Limbertwig wrote:
Theres a rhumor going around that the jailor will soon start a new program at the jail. All prisoners will be brought from the jail to the court with bags over their heads to protect their privacy from the public.
I've heard that the biggest obstruction and hold-up to the start of the counties bag plan is that they cant come to agreement about how to protect the prisoners identity while in the courtroom.
It seems that some of the county officials want the prisoners to wear the bags in the courtroom and some want the public that come to the hearings and trials to wear bags while inside of the courtroom.
I hope to have more on this issue later, thank you.
The main problems regarding the bags is they can't decide whether organic, recyclable, softness, breathability and of course color & style. As to style, I don't think stripes have been riled out.

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#17 Nov 1, 2011
Nimbletwig wrote:
<quoted text>That's right, next they'll find a way to have this forum removed...lol
Theres plenty of other forums.
Indictments

Jasper, GA

#18 Nov 1, 2011
Sorry, in a hurry, the word is RULED out.

“Respect for Tradition ”

Since: Dec 10

Cannon, KY

#19 Nov 1, 2011
cer wrote:
<quoted text>Thats not hard to do:)
If that were the case, I'm sure it would already be gone.

“Respect for Tradition ”

Since: Dec 10

Cannon, KY

#20 Nov 1, 2011
Limbertwig wrote:
<quoted text>
Theres plenty of other forums.
...Very true...

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