Two people are jailed on meth charges after an investigation by the Smyth County Sheriff’s Office and Drug Enforcement Agency revealed a meth lab in a Marion residence, Sheriff Chip Shuler said.
According to a press release from the SCSO, Kristal Crouse, 41, and Michael Davis, 43, were in the home at 416 Mosswood Lane, Marion, when deputies and DEA officials executed a search warrant and found evidence that meth was being made there.
The statement also notes that a 6-year-old child was present during the manufacture of meth.
The pair are jailed and charged with the manufacture of methamphetamines, conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamines, possession of precursors used to manufacture methamphetamines and felony child endangerment.
Davis was wanted on several counts of probation violation in Smyth and Grayson Counties. Both are being held at the Southwest Virginia Regional Jail in Abingdon without bond.