Police: Five children found at active Dayton meth lab
Published: 3:57 PM, 10/18/2013
Last updated: 3:57 PM, 10/18/2013
Author: John Sprague Source: The Herald-News
Complaints about methamphetamine use at a home on Gossett Lane led the Rhea County Sheriff’s Department to arrest two persons on multiple charges stemming from the manufacture of methamphetamine and the fact that five children were present at the home could lead to further charges, according to a local police.
The report by RCSD Detective Charlie Jenkins states John Kincannon, 37, and Misty Angel, 35, both listed as living at the Gossett Lane address, have been charged with felony manufacture/distribution or selling of a Schedule II controlled substance, misdemeanor unlawful drug paraphernalia uses and activities, felony initiating the manufacture of methamphetamine and misdemeanor simple possession.
For further details, see the Sunday edition of The Herald-News.