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Four arrested on drug charges

GREENEVILLE, TN -

Agents with the Third Judical Drug Task Force put a possible methamphetamine lab out of business.

Law enforcement teams responded on a tip to a room at the Days Inn motel in Greeneville.

Inside the room, officials say they found components of a meth lab and a small amount of meth.

Investigators arrested Albert Manis, Ronnie Murphy, and Stacy Jett of Knoxville as well as Jena Wilson of Lenior city.

The all four are facing manufacturing methamphetamine charges.

Each are being held on a $50,000 bond.

 

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