The Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit charged two women with methamphetamine sales charges Thursday night following an investigation in the Bulls Gap area, Sheriff Ronnie Lawson said in a news release.54b3ef9ced04d_image

Karrieann Lachelle Goins, 26, of 111 S. Main Street, Bulls Gap, was charged with possession of a Schedule II drug with intent to deliver and simple possession of a Schedule II drug, hydrocodone.

Ashley Renee Hileman, 27, of Talley Chapel Pike, Russellville, was charged with possession of a Schedule II drug with intent to deliver.

The investigation centered in the Bulls Gap area of Hawkins County, Lawson said.

Narcotics officers received information “that two females would be transporting a quantity of methamphetamine into Hawkins County while operating a blue pickup truck,” the release said.

Minutes later, officers received information that the females would be bringing the meth to the Bi-Lo Market, at 515 U.S. 11E in Bulls Gap.

“Narcotics officers set up surveillance on the Bi-Lo Market, and minutes later, a blue Dodge pickup occupied by two females was observed to pull into the gas pumps,” the release said.

Narcotics officers approached the two females, and informed both about why they were there.54b3ef9d0f11f_image

As officers were speaking with Goins, she was seen to drop two small zip-lock plastic bags onto the ground, the release said.

Both bags were determined to contain a rock-like substance believed to be approximately three grams of meth, the release said.

Goins and Hileman were placed in custody and taken to the Hawkins County Jail. While there, Goins was also found to be concealing a yellow tablet believed to be hydrocodone, the release said.

Goins and Hileman were processed into the Hawkins County Jail on the charges filed against them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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