Man Charged On Meth Possession
Deputy James Sherrill, Dale Robertson and Chief Investigator Doug Richardson received information that Boyce Brown who lives in 16th Model community had been seen with items used to produce meth. After checking with the Tennessee Meth Task Force they learned that the man had made several purchases of items used in the production of the drug in Coffee and Rutherford Counties.
When the officers arrived at Brown’s address they met him at a barn behind the residence. Police informed him that he was wanted by Cannon County for probation violation, they found that he had a bag of white powdery substance thought to be meth in a pocket.
He informed the officer that there were 2 individuals inside his residence, so Richardson and Sherrill entered the house and made sure that those individuals did not destroy anything while the obtained a search warrant.
While talking with the 2 Sherrill noticed the man (who has not been named as charges are pending) put something in his pocket which turned out to be a white powdery substance. Charges against that man and a female also in the house are pending.
The deputies searched the house and found numerous items used in the production of meth.
They also found 3 shake and bake labs in a freezer of the residence.