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April 24, 2014

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Man, Woman Held In Motel Meth Bust

Originally published: 2013-01-15 10:31:09
Last modified: 2013-01-15 10:32:56

A man and a woman were charged with felony possession of methamphetamine early today after Greeneville police searched a room they were in at the Greene Villa Motel, 2370 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Officer Billy Christy said in a report.

Charged were Rebecca Lynn Crum, 32, of 1120 Happy Valley Road, and Wendell Edward Huskins, 27, of 1226 Martins Creek Road.

Officers went to the motel room with a warrant to look for a man in connection with an unrelated crime, and found Crum and Huskins inside.

While looking in the bathroom for the man sought on the warrant, a small plastic bag containing meth was "in plain sight," the report said.

A search of a backpack in the room turned up 1.8 grams of meth, a set of digital scales and "small Ziploc bags" used to package the drug, the report said.

Bond for Crum and Huskins was set at $50,000 each. Both have scheduled General Sessions Court appearances on Wednesday.

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