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Four Persons Arrested in Celebration Way Meth Investigation

June 19, 2013

June 19, 2013


Investigation by South Precinct undercover detectives regarding the possible manufacture of methamphetamine at 1505 Celebration Way led to Tuesday evening’s arrest of four persons and the seizure of items commonly used to make meth.
Recovered during the execution of a search warrant were three one-pot cooking vessels with associated residue, a bottle of drain cleaner (lye), a plastic cup containing an acid and a glass tube containing an organic solvent.
The four residents, Nicole Sherman, 20; Rachel Goldzweig, 29; Tebetha Greathouse, 44; and James A. Hall, 54, are each charged with three counts of initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
South Precinct detectives were assisted in the execution of the search warrant by Narcotics Unit officers and members of the Tennessee Methamphetamine Task Force.


Nicole ShermanRachel GoldzweigTebetha Greathouse James A. Hall