Meth Lab Discovered During Welfare Check

Upon checking the home, detectives discovered a methamphetamine
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Smokey Barn News
Thursday February 12, 2015
Greenbrier, Robertson County, Middle Tenn.

Meth Lab Discovered During Welfare Check

Trevor Rogers
Trevor Rogers

On February 11, 2015, detectives with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office went to a home on Lights Chapel Road in Robertson County to conduct a welfare check. Upon checking the home, detectives discovered a methamphetamine manufacturing operation that included thirty (30) individual pots for the purpose of manufacturing meth.

The residents of the home, Trevor and Pamela Rogers, were both arrested on multiple felony charges for allegedly manufacturing  methamphetamine: promotion of methamphetamine manufacture – Felony $10,000.00, Manufacture controlled substance $20,000.00, Initiation of a process intended to result in the manufacture of methamphetamine – Felony $50,000.00. Bond was set for each person at $80,000.

Pamela Rogers
Pamela Rogers

“These arrests are another example of the hard work by our deputies and detectives to protect our citizens from the growing meth problem we are facing statewide,” said Sheriff Bill Holt. “We are very grateful for the citizens who are invested in their communities and Robertson County that keep a watchful eye on suspicious activities and report those activities to us.”

All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


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  1. Cathy Bush March 28, 2015