Seven arrested and charged after meth bust
PADUCAH, Ky - Seven people were arrested and charged with various Methamphetamine manufacturing- related charges.
Detectives deduced that illicit drug activity was taking place following an investigation at 940 Martin Luther King Drive, and approached the residence at 3:30 p.m., Monday, December 16th to search the home.
While approaching the house, deputies made the first arrest when Jessie Young, 32 was found in possession of a syringe and Methamphetamine while attempting to drive away from the home.
The second arrest was Dustin Giller, 34 who was caught after a short chase when he was observed to have jumped from a second story window and flee on foot.
Four more arrests were made when deputies entered the house and found Corinna Meyers, 34, Faith Tidwell, 18, Trisha Little, 26, and Christopher Fernandez, 23. All are charged with meth-related charges.
The final arrest was made when Timothy Copley, 39 arrived at the residence after deputies learned he was driving on a suspended license.
Investigation revealed Dustin Giller was manufacturing Methamphetamine inside the home for about two months while Young, Tidwell, and Meyers assisted him by purchasing additional resources in return for Methamphetamine.
Two children were also found within the home, and further investigation revealed methamphetamine was made in the home while the children were present which prompted further Substance Endangerment to a Child charges to Meyers, Tidwell, Little, and Giller.
Giller was convicted and received a 20 year sentence for Manufacturing Methamphetamine in 2010, but was released on parole