Four Persons Arrested in West Nashville Meth Case
November 27, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
A West Nashville meth-cooking operation is out of business as the result of
Monday evening’s raid at 7264 Indian Creek Road.
A several month investigation into Robert Michael Martin’s alleged drug ties
led to Monday’s execution of a search warrant at his residence by Specialized
Investigations Division narcotics detectives. Seized were three grams of
processed methamphetamine, eight firearms, 17 marijuana plants and evidence of
products commonly used to manufacture meth (empty pseudoephedrine packages,
ether cans used as starter fluid, stripped lithium batteries, acetone, Coleman
fuel and ammonium nitrate packages).
Martin, 40, and his girlfriend, Barbara Henry, 29, of Camden, are charged with
initiating the process to manufacture meth, possession of meth for resale and
Crooks with Guns law violations. Two other men at the residence were also
arrested. James Edward Dixon, 42, a suspected meth cook, is charged
with initiating the process to manufacture meth, promotion of meth manufacture
and a Crooks with Guns law violation. Anthony Wilson, 20, is charged with
possession of marijuana for resale and a Crooks with Guns law violation.
The investigation revealed that because of the remoteness of the Indian Creek
Road property, it was a location of choice for meth users to cook/manufacture
the very dangerous substance.