Sheriff's Department Busts Another Meth Lab

Sheriff's Department Busts Another Meth Lab
The Cannon County Sheriff's Department has closed down another meth lab, its fourth in the last month.

Sheriff's Investigator Anthony Young said he received information on March 3 that a meth lab was being operated at 64 Arthur Hollis Road.

Investigator Young, along with Sheriff Darrell Young and deputies Randy Neal, Seth Perry and Eric Moss, all went to the location.

During the course of the investigation at the scene, the officers discovered a meth lab.

"The meth lab was still warm to the touch," Investigator Young said. "There was also a lot of drug parapheralia there used for making meth. along with the finished meth product."

Also found during the search was a small quanity of marijuana, Investigator Young said.

All of the meth-making materials and finished product were destroyed by a Hazmat team, Investigator Young said.

Taken into custody was the occupant of the residence, Antonette Frattallone. She is charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to resale, maintaining a dwelling for the use, keep or sale of a controlled substance, simple possession / casual exchange, possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia, and initiating the process of manufacture meth.

Total bond was set at $157,000. Frattallone remains in custody at the Cannon County Jail. She was appointed a public defender in Cannon County General Sessions Court Tuesday. Her next court appearance is May 3.

Another person who was in the home at the time of the discovery of the meth lab, Dillan Anthony Collette, 65 Mason Hollow Rd., was charged with simple possession of marijuana.