City, county make duel meth busts
Tuesday, June 7, 2016 1:24 pm
Michael Lynn Adcock and Jacqueline Darnell Lacey were arrested May 26th on methamphetamine-related charges following a joint investigation by the Woodbury Police and Cannon County Sheriff's Department.
Those two email alerts put local authorities on the outlook for Lacey and Adcock.
Ultimately, officers found the couple outside a residence at 109 Rogers St. Gullett obtained a search warrant just after midnight on March 19.
"Once actually inside the residence I observed ... a glass pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine" along with an open cold pack, coffee filters and a white funnel, Gullett said.
Other meth ingredients were discovered including Liquid Drano inside the kitchen area. Outside the home, Woodbury Chief Lowell Womack found the residue to meth-making including a $4 off coupon for Allegra D.
Later, officers went to Murfreesboro where they viewed video tapes of the pseudo purchases.
"The first store at 1131 Mercury Blvd I observed on the video that Michael Lynn Adcock walked into the store and that Michael attempted to purchase pseudo first and was denied by the pharmacist. I then observed that as Michael walked off Jacqueline was standing at the aisle where the pseudo tickets are and walked up with a ticket to purchase pseudo as Michael was walking off. Jacqueline then made her purchase and they exited the store," Gullett said.
The duo went to the second drug store where Adcock successfully purchased pseudo.
"At this time, Michael Lynn Adcock and Jacqueline Darnell Lacey have been arrested," Gullett said.