According to a report filed by deputy Paul Allen of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Franklin Childs, 43, and Tracy Parker, 42, both of a McDonald address, were charged with various violations after Allen went to investigate a disturbance at the address.
The couple had been arguing but no assault had occurred, according to the report.
While speaking with Childs and Parker, the deputy noticed in plain view components used in the manufacture of methamphetamine.
Deputy Tim Robinson and Allen reportedly saw plastic tubing, containers containing a white powdery residue, a bottle cap with tubing fixed through it, a propane bottle and bottles of butane.
After receiving written consent to search the residence, detectives located a number of other components as well as an active, meth-making process, according to the report.
Childs and Parker were taken into custody and charged with initiating and promoting methamphetamine manufacture and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Parker was placed under $2,000 bond and was freed from the Bradley County Jail after posting the bond.
Childs was placed under $10,000 bond and remains in the Jail.
Both have a court hearing scheduled Thursday, according to records.
- Another person was arrested for violating a quarantined residence.
According to a report filed by deputy Brandon Edwards, Daniel Scott Burrell, 37, was charged with burglary as well as entering a quarantined residence.
Deborah Hamilton pulled into her driveway on Lyles Road and observed a white male exiting the house carrying a large tote.
The male immediately turned and went back in the house when he saw Hamilton, according to the report.
The other man got into the truck and left the property.
Edwards made contact with the vehicle and performed a traffic stop.
According to the report, deputy Darren Miller had been standing by with Hamilton. Edwards returned Burrell and Steven Dwayne Crisp, 43, to the scene after they reportedly admitted to being there earlier.
Further investigation revealed a large tote sitting just inside the house, like the one described by Hamilton. A recliner had also been put in the yard.
Crisp was charged with burglary and retaliation for past action, regarding alleged threats made toward corrections officers when he was taken to the Bradley County Jail for booking, according to reports.