GRAVES COUNTY, Ky. - Multiple meth-related drug arrests occurred over the weekend in Graves County.
Sheriff Dewayne Redmon stated that Friday afternoon his office received a call of an unusual odor coming from a house on
Deputies arrested 32-year-old Greg Pannell of Mayfield and 21-year-old Stephanie Gregory of Catron, Missouri, and charged them with Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Possession of Controlled Substance. Pannell was also charged with Wanton Endangerment, as his mother was overcome from the fumes of the chemicals used in the manufacturing process.
In a separate investigation early Saturday morning, the Sheriff’s Office received another call of an unusual chemical smell coming from a house on KY385 N in the Wingo community.
Deputies responded and arrested 44-year-old Donna Hack of Wingo, 32-year-old Wesley Aldridge of Mayfield and 19-year-old Whitley Moore of Fancy Farm. All three of them were charged with Trafficking in Controlled Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.