FOUR ARRESTED IN BOWLING GREEN FOR POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE PDF Print
Saturday, 12 July 2014 05:51

Friday Night Around 8:54pm The Warren County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit Attempted To Serve Warrants On A Bowling Green Man On Glen Lily Road In Bowling Green. When The Deputy Approached The Residence, He Detected A Strong Chemical Odor Emitting From The Home. The K-9 Deputy Knocked Numerous Times On The Front Door, However No One Would Answer. The Bowling Green Police Department Officers Arrived On The Scene To Assist As Well As Other Deputies From The Warren County Sheriff’s Office. 40 Year Old Anthony Lundy Answered The Door And And Walked Outside Where He Was Placed Under Arrest For The Outstanding Arrests Warrants. A Search Warrant For The Residence Was Obtained Through The Warren County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office And Signed By A Judge. Deputies Executed The Search Warrant And Located Three Other Individuals Inside; 40 Year Old Melinda Lundy, 30 Year Old Brian Gross And 19 Year Old Milton Montgomery All Of Bowling Green. A Thorough Search Of The Residence Revealed Numerous Components Commonly Used In The Manufacturing Of Methamphetamine. Items Taken As Evidence Included, A Large Quantity Of Pseudoephedrine, Lithium Batteries, Digital Scales, Drain Cleaner, Clear Tubing, A Large Quantity Of Cash, Suspected Methamphetamine, Coffee Filters, Pill Grinders,  And Numerous Other Items. The Bowling Green/Warren County Drug Task Form Assisted With The Investigation, All In The Residence Were Arrested And Lodged In The Warren County Regional Jail. Charges Include, Manufacturing Methamphetamine, Trafficking In A Controlled Substance, Unlawful Possession Of A Meth Precurson, Tampering With Physical Evidence, And Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia. The Investigation Continues.

 

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