Four arrested on drug charges in Weakley County

Four people were arrested on drug charges in Weakley County on Friday.

The Weakley County Sheriff’s Office says a deputy went to a home at 1470 Concord Road near Latham, Tennessee to serve civil paperwork.

When the door was opened, the deputy said he could smell marijuana coming from inside.

A search warrant was issued and marijuana was found along with scales and equipment used to package marijuana for resale.

Two glass jars full of what is believed to be melted gummy bears mixed with marijuana was also found along with blotting paper.

Blotting paper is sometimes used to ingest drugs like LSD or ecstasy. It will be sent off to the TBI crime lab to see if it contains any illegal narcotics.

Several guns and $1,195 was also seized.

Four people who lived at the home were arrested and charged with possession of schedule 6 marijuana with intent to resale and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Those arrested were:
33-year-old Brian Travis Harrison
24-year-old Megan Elizabeth Bell
19-year-old Catherine Brooke Dillard
19-year-old Sara Jane Roberson

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