Three Face Meth-Making Charges
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Three people were alleging using a pot for cooking on Thanksgiving Day at one local residence, but a turkey dinner wasn't on their menu.

The main course they apparently had in mind consisted of meth.

Instead of pumpkin pie, they may have been planning marijuana brownies for dessert.

The trio, Timmy Lee Young and Pamela M. Leath, both of 139 Belle Hill Lane, Woodbury, and Wesley T. Young, 212 Kimela Dr., Woodbury, had to digest multiple charges after receiving a holiday visit from local law enforcement officers.

The incident began when Woodbury officers Sgt. John House and Patrolman John Fesmire went to the Belle Hill Lane residence as part of an investigation into the theft of a stolen 4-wheeler.

The 4-wheeler was recovered at the address by the Woodbury officers. During the course or the arrest a one-pot meth lab was discovered, at which point officers with the Cannon County Sheriff's Department, including Deputy Steve McMillen and Investigator Anthony Young, were called to the scene.

Timmy Lee Young was charged with Initiating the Process to Manufacture Methamphetamine, Maintaining a Dwelling to Manufacture Meth, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Simple Possession of Marijuana. His bond was set at $210,000.

Leath was charged with Initiating the Process to Manufacture Meth, Maintaining a Dwelling to Manufacture Methe, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Simple Possession of Marijuana. Her bond was set at $105,000.

Wesley Young was charged with Initiating the Process to Manufacture  Meth, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Simple Possession of Marijuana. His bond was set at $204,000.

All three are scheduled to make their initial appearance in Cannon County General Sessions Court on Jan. 3.

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