A tip to the Knox County Sheriff’s office led to the arrest of three individuals for manufacturing meth.
Knox County Sheriff’s Deputy Keith Liford responded to the call of a possible meth lab Wednesday, Sept. 2, on Raven Ridge Court in Gray. When the deputy arrived, he found the back door open and noticed the smell of ether, an indicator of a meth lab. Inside, Deputy Liford found methamphetamine, items used to manufacture methamphetamine and various drug paraphernalia. Several active meth labs were found outside the home, along with generators and several ingredients to manufacture methamphetamine.
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