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Federal search warrant results in three meth arrests in Bristol, VA

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Kimberly Ann Bolling (Courtesy: Bristol, VA Police) Kimberly Ann Bolling (Courtesy: Bristol, VA Police)
Matthew Jason Woods (Courtesy: Bristol, VA Police) Matthew Jason Woods (Courtesy: Bristol, VA Police)
Kevin Keese (Courtesy: Bristol, VA Police) Kevin Keese (Courtesy: Bristol, VA Police)
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BRISTOL, VA (WJHL) -

Three people face charges after the discovery of a meth making materials in a Bristol, Virginia public housing complex.

Bristol, Virginia police tell News Channel 11 that the arrests are the result of a months-long investigation by BVPD narcotics officers, DEA, Virginia State Police, and Abingdon Police.

Officers executed a federal search warrant Monday at apartment S-8 at Rice Terrace.

Police say the search resulted in the discovery of numerous materials commonly used in the manufacture of meth.

Three people were arrested at the scene.

Below are the charges at listed by the Bristol, VA Police Department:

Kimberly Ann Bolling, 32, 601 Mary St. Apt. S-8, Bristol, Virginia. She is charged with (1) Conspiracy to manufacture schedule I or II drug, (2) Possess ammonium nitrate and sulfuric acid with intent to manufacture meth, (3) Manufacture methamphetamine, (4) Possession of schedule I or II drug. She is held in the Bristol, Virginia Jail on a $15,000.00 bond.

Matthew Jason Woods, 36, 611 Johnson St. Apt. 3, Bristol, Virginia. He is charged with (1) Conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, (2) Possession of schedule I or II drug. He is held with no bond.

Kevin Keese, 38, 1624 Bristol Caverns Highway, Bristol, Tennessee. He is charged with (1) Possession of ammonium nitrate and sulfuric acid with intent to manufacture meth, (2) Conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, (3) manufacture methamphetamine, (4) Possession of schedule I or II drug. He is held on a $15,000.00 bond.

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