Three arrested on meth-related charges
by Staff Reports
Officers charged the three suspects after a vehicle stop.
"We have made a significant impact on preventing methamphetamine production at its core," Sheriff Len Hagaman said. "Meth cooks can't produce methamphetamine without pseudoephedrine. By combating the items used to manufacture methamphetamine, we have cut down on meth production."
Officers filed charges of conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine and possession of meth precursors against: Carol Renee Main, 43, of 8529 Three Top Road, Todd; Kimberly Walker Greer, 50, of 8529 Three Top Road, Todd; and Sean Mark Stamper, 28, of 395 Phoenix Drive, Lansing.
Main also was served warrants from Ashe County for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. She was issued a $27,700 secured bond and was scheduled to appear in court Sept. 19.
Greer also faces a charge of possesssion of marijuana. She was issued a $25,000 secured bond and was scheduled to appear in court Sept. 19.
Stamper faces an additional charge for providing fictitious information to an officer and was served warrants from Ashe County for driving while license revoked. He was issued a $27,000 secured bond and was scheduled to appear Sept. 19.