A year-long investigation has resulted in 39 people indicted for their alleged roles in methamphetamine manufacturing and distribution, according to the Metro Police Department.

Meth Destroys

Shane Lewis Oakley, 30, is accused as the leader of the methamphetamine manufacturing and distribution operation, allegedly making the methamphetamine for resale at 14 Brookside Court in West Nashville where he resided , as well as Humphreys and Benton Counties.

Police estimated Oakley’s monthly income from methamphetamine sales between $12,000 and $15,000.

Teresa Ann Kingsmill, 39, Oakley’s girlfriend is also charged.

Kingsmill is also alleged to have hired the individuals who police claim went into area retail stores and bought cold medication containing the drug pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient in methamphetamine.

Police believe Kingsmill went into stores to collect numerous product cards for medication containing pseudoephedrine, an ingredient for making methamphetamine. The cards are located on store shelves for customers to bring the cards to a pharmacy counter to make the actual purchase. Kingsmill allegedly gave those cards to the different individuals, referred to by police as “smurfs,’’ to purchase the pseudoephedrine products, police said.

The individuals were paid about $4 for each purchase, according to police, and were identified by surveillance and through the Tennessee Methamphetamine Information System (TMIS). State law requires store clerks to record the identification information of persons purchasing pseudoephedrine products.

Oakley is charged with initiating the process to manufacture meth, four counts of felony meth possession in a drug free school zone, engaging in a meth conspiracy and promotion of meth manufacture. He is being held in the Metro Jail.

Kingsmill is charged with initiating the process to manufacture meth, four counts of felony meth possession in a drug free school zone, engaging in a meth conspiracy, promotion of meth manufacture and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. She is also in jail.

The 37 other defendants, some of which police said are homeless, are charged with engaging in a meth conspiracy and promoting the manufacture of meth.

Jacqueline Suzanne Allen (aka Jackie Hollowell), 32, of New Johnsonville, Tennessee

Eliza Lee Benford, 60, of Nashville

Darrell Lee Brown, 52, of Nashville

Theresia Ann Brown, 51, of Nashville

Fredrick Bryant Chism, 46, of Nashville

Corey Lamont Christmon, 29, of Antioch

Theresa Lynn Collins, 40, of Nashville

Miguela Colon, of Chicago

Jeremy Chance Cowan, 33, of Nashville

Jackie Gilbert Cross, Jr., 42, of Nashville

Reginald Danie, 49, of Nashville

William Earl Davis, Jr., 53, of Nashville

Michael Godwin, 51, of Nashville

Stanley Alfonce Hall, 38, of Nashville

Christopher Lamont Howse, 37, of Nashville

Juanita Lynne Hubbard, 43, of Nashville

Vickie Elaine Jenkins, 51, of Nashville

Cyntia Altresie Larkin, 41, of Madison

Donald Joseph Lazas, III, 23, of Brentwood

Eric Maurice Lewis, 52, of Nashville

Willie Wilson Mayes, III (aka Willie Wilson, III), 27, of Nashville

Jimmy McKissack, 61, of Nashville

Andru R. Perdue, 22, of Nashville

Jose R. Sosa-Ramirez, 21, of Smyrna

John Paul Stacey, Jr., 32, of Waverly

Jessica Dean Stills, 23, of Nashville

Shearon Denice Teasley, 45, of Nashville

Quartez Thompson-Dangerfield, 19, of Nashville

Stanley Gerbron Turner, 30, of Nashville

Antonio Cesar Vallejos, 19, of Columbia, TN

Wendy Ventura-Andrade, 19, of Nashville

Brenton Shamarko Watkins, 23, of Nashville

Thomas Edward White, 48, of Nashville

Mark Eric Williams, 44, of Memphis

Dana Marie Winfrey, 34, of Nashville

Reginald Tyrone Wynn, 38, of Nashville

Lucas Rene Zwitter, 20, of Ooltewah, GA

Benford, Darrell Brown, Theresia Brown, Chism, Hall, Ventura-Andrade, Winfrey and Wynn had been served with the indictment as of Tuesday afternoon.

 

 

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