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3 arrested on Lenox Nauvoo Road for meth

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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Anderson
Three suspects remain in the Dyer County Jail after they were arrested by Dyer County Sheriff's deputies over the weekend on meth charges.

Kenneth Anderson, 48, 6591 Lenox Nauvoo Road, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Ann Carlisle, 44, 1641 Shelby Drive, Dyersburg, Tenn.; and Stephen Junior, 41, 1021 Mickey Circle, Dyersburg, Tenn. were all charged with initiating methamphetamine manufacture.

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Carlisle
On Friday evening, Dyer County Sheriff's Deputy Mathew Funderburk went to 6028 Lenox Nauvoo Road in a attempt to locate Carlisle, who had warrants against her for two counts of sale of a controlled substance (cocaine in excess of half a gram). After Funderburk knocked on the door, he reportedly saw Junior run to the back of the residence and then back to the living room. Dep. Chad Jackson was at the side of the residence and reportedly saw Carlisle run into a bedroom and attempt to hide in a closet. Funderburk and Sgt. Danny Petrie then entered the residence and took her into custody. While performing a sweep of the residence, the deputies found Anderson in a bedroom looking as if he were throwing something under the bed. For safety reasons, Funderburk detained Anderson while Petrie retrieved a spoon with what was described as meth residue on it.

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Junior
The homeowner was at the residence and gave deputies permission to search the residence where they found a pill bottle with reported crushed pseudophedrine in it and a blue bag with alleged meth-making material inside it, which was found in the closet Carlisle attempted to hide in.

Funderburk also searched a shed that was on the property and reportedly found two meth labs and numerous items associated in the production of the drug.

The trio appeared in Dyer County General Sessions Court where Judge Jason Hudson set Carlisle's bond at $75,000, Anderson's bond at $50,000, and Junior's bond at $10,000. Anderson had an extra charge of possession of drug paraphernalia and Junior also had an extra charge of failure to appear.

The three are scheduled to appear again in court on Thursday.


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It's okay...they will be back out and cooking again in two days! Coincidence that things are being stolen out in that area?

-- Posted by christmasbooyans on Wed, Oct 24, 2012, at 12:23 PM

ok--good we got the tenn-care fraud, the script ritin' doctor, and now the meth guys. now, let's look for the murderer.

christmasbooyans, i bet the d a makes a plea agreement on almost all of this stuff, what'll u bet? i gotta bridge over the mississippi that i'll put up!! lol!

-- Posted by closerlook on Wed, Oct 24, 2012, at 1:35 PM

Yo, will the mug shots never get better of these assumed drug manufacturors. At least the doc had her hair combed. I say quit detaining folks so early or late so they can primp for the camera.

-- Posted by hairless on Wed, Oct 24, 2012, at 10:00 PM

They should have at least let the big dude put on a shirt. Gawd meth ages folks.

-- Posted by richardutm on Wed, Oct 24, 2012, at 10:06 PM

These people are slowly decaying...

-- Posted by DMASE on Thu, Oct 25, 2012, at 12:32 AM

One of the guys in this story has been in and out of prison for alot of years,on all sorts of charges.I guess some people just never learn!!!!But if the justice system worked,he wouldn't had so many chances to walk free and commit the same crimes.Maybe this time....

-- Posted by jusdisgusted on Thu, Oct 25, 2012, at 10:32 AM


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