ATHENS — Acting on an anonymous tip, Athens Police have charged two men and one woman with manufacturing methamphetamine.
“Sunday morning the department received an anonymous call about a possible meth lab at 1308 Tommy Lane,” said Police Chief Floyd Johnson. “Shortly before 10 a.m., investigators and arrived at the residence. In their investigation they located methamphetamine and multiple ingredients used in the production of methamphetamine.
“Although investigators didn’t locate a working lab at the time of their search, they located four different labs that had been used to produce the drug.”
Robert Linder, 43, of 1308 Tommy Lane, Athens, was charged with first-degree manufacturing and possession of a Controlled Substance; Darla Deanne Bunn, 31, of 11345 Pulaski Pike, Toney, was charged with manufacture of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance, and Jason Wade Jackson, 22, of 1201 Wray Branch Road, Minor Hill, Tenn., was charged with manufacture of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
All three defendants were booked at the police department and transferred to the Limestone County Jail. Bail is set for both Bunn and Jackson at $56,000, and for Lindner at $55,000.