6 arrested on meth charges in Martin, Tennessee

WEAKLEY COUNTY, TN — Sheriff’s deputies say six people were arrested Wednesday morning during the execution of two search warrants in Weakley County, Tennessee. They are accused of possessing methamphetamine with the intent to sell it.

The Weakley County Sheriff’s Office says a search warrant served at 8 a.m. in a room in the Len Haven Motel in Martin uncovered meth, digital scales and marijuana. Three people who were in the room — 37-year-old George Everett Seaton of Bradford, Tennessee; 37-year-old Kenny Lee Hayes  of Fulton, Kentucky; and 35-year-old Jessica Lee McGraw of Martin — were charged with possession of meth with the intent to resell, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana.

The Weakley County, Tennessee, Sheriff’s Office says these bags contain methamphetamine that was found during a search warrant. Three people were arrested at the Dresden address where the search was conducted.

At 10 a.m., another search warrant was carried out at an address on West Main Street in Dresden, Tennessee. Deputies say they found 3.5 ounces of meth — which the sheriff’s department says has an estimated street value of about $9,000 — along with digital scales, drug pipes, $1,171 cash, and a small amount of marijuana. In the search, investigators seized the cash and a Toyota car. Three people in the house were arrested on charges of possession of meth with intent to resell and possession of drug paraphernalia: 38-year-old Jennifer Lee Perez, 36-year-old Anna Marie Doster and 31-year-old Cordney Deon Booker, all of Dresden.

The sheriff’s office notes that  Martin police assisted in the first search, and Dresden police assisted in the second search.

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