Ten are arrested in Green County meth bust

kward1@herald-leader.comSeptember 14, 2010 

Ten people were arrested in Green County on Tuesday as a result of a year-long investigation into methamphetamine production and trafficking.

The Kentucky State Police, along with police from Campbellsville and Greensburg, and the Green County constable, executed warrants for the following people, who have been indicted in the case:

■ Tina M. Allen, 28, of Summersville, was arrested and charged with engaging in organized crime — criminal syndicate, manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of controlled substance, unlawful distribution of a methamphetamine precursor, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana.

■ Barry Dobson, 48, of Summersville, was arrested and charged with engaging in organized crime — criminal syndicate, manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance, use or possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana.

■ Terry S. Johnson, 18, of Magnolia; Sandra Miller Rowe, 37, of Magnolia; Derek J. Meredith, 20, of Hodgenville; and Billy G. Wallace, 41, of Greensburg, were all arrested and charged with unlawful distribution of a methamphetamine precursor and engaging in organized crime — criminal syndicate.

■ Christopher T. Gray, 33, of Summersville, was arrested and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance, use or possession of drug paraphernalia and engaging in organized crime — criminal syndicate.

■ Susan W. Rhodes, 44, of Magnolia, was arrested and charged with unlawful distribution of a methamphetamine precursor, possession of marijuana, persistent felony offender and engaging in organized crime — criminal syndicate.

■ Jack Nunn Jr., 44, of Magnolia, and Timothy J. McCorkle, 50, of Camner, were arrested and charged with unlawful distribution of a methamphetamine precursor, persistent felony offender and engaging in organized crime — criminal syndicate.

All but Christopher T. Gray were taken to the Taylor County Jail. Gray was lodged in the Larue County Jail.

State police said more arrests are expected.

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