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Tip leads ACSO to Melson Ridge area, arrest of 3 on meth charges

Four man team from Adair County Sheriff's Office, led by Deputy Jared Conover, included Deputy Justin Cross, Deputy Adam Cravens, and Sheriff Harrison Moss. Three arrested, on charge alleging one count each of manufacturing methamphetamine, 1st offense, a class B felony. For general location, see Google Map/Ross Cemetery Road
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By Adair County Deputy Adam Cravens

News from the Adair County Sheriff's Office

The Adair Sheriff's Office received a tip of meth manufacturing at a residence on Ross Cemetery Road in the Melson Ridge area of South Adair County, on Thursday April 17, 2014.

Upon arrival at the home, Deputies searched and found various evidence around the property consistent with methamphetamine manufacturing as well as a positive field test of methamphetamine on scene.

Patricia Haskiell, 23 of Columbia, KY; Joshua Tweedy, 22 of Columbia, KY; and Linda Ashbrook, 27 of Columbia, KY, were all charged with one count each of Manufacturing Methamphetamine 1st Offense, a class B felony.

Deputy Jared Conover is the lead investigator. He was assisted by Deputy Justin Cross, Deputy Adam Cravens and Sheriff Harrison Moss. - Deputy Adam Cravens

This story was posted on 2014-04-18 02:20:41
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