Bust in Pelham recovers stolen vehicle, counterfeit cash

Grundy County Sheriff’s Department deputies made a traffic stop in the Pelham area overnight Saturday into Sunday morning that ended in a drug bust and recovery of a stolen vehicle. 

A deputy came in contact with a stolen vehicle near the intersection of Payne’s Cove and Clouse Hill roads. During the stop, deputies discovered approximately $8,000 in counterfeit currency and over two ounces of what is suspected to be crystal meth. Thunder Radio news has reached out for further information from the department.

The suspect identified himself as being from New York. However, Grundy County officials later identified the suspect as Thomas Lymn, age 33, from Elora, Tenn. He has been charged with manufacture, sale and delivery of schedule II drugs, unlawful possession of a weapon, theft of a motor vehicle, drug paraphernalia and evading arrest.

Thomas Lymn (33) from Elora, TN. Lymn has been charged with several charges including: manufacture, sell and delivery of schedule II drugs, unlawful possession of a weapon, theft of a motor vehicle, drug paraphernalia, and evading arrest. 

This case continues to be investigated.