Roane County deputies seize more than $83,000 worth of crystal meth, 2 arrests made

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In a Facebook post, Roane County deputies said Tuesday that they seized more than $83,000 worth of crystal meth and more than $5,000 in cash during a controlled drug buy. 

It happened on October 21, 2018.  Two suspects were arrested in connection to the buy, investigators said.  Timothy Dodd and Sabrina McCune have been charged in the case.  Their charges include Delivery of a Controlled Sustance, Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver, and Conspiracy.

Seized during the investigation was what deputies said was approximately 1.8 pounds of crystal meth, which has has estimated street value of over $83,000.00. Also seized was $5512.00 in cash, which was in the possession of Dodd, deputies said. 

Authorities added that including this investigation, “arrests and seizures by the Roane County Sheriff’s Department have removed in excess of two pounds of crystal methamphetamine from the streets in approximately one month.”

Anyone with information concerning drug trafficking and sales is urged to contact deputies immediately.

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