Bradyville residents face meth charges

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Two Bradyville residents were arrested by Murfreesboro Police on meth charges.

 Kenneth Franklin Anderson Jr., 40, and Jacqueline Lynn Barrett, 35, face charges of initiating the process to produce methamphetmine, possession of drug paraphernalia and marijuana possession. 

Acting on a tip, Murfreesboro Police knocked on the door of a Ewing Boulevard home. Anderson reportedly invited the officers in, then fled.

Officer caught the suspect after he had thrown down a bottle containing meth-making materials. A search of the home also discovered ingredients used in meth production.

Anderson was also charged with fleeing and resisting arrest along with tampering with evidence. 

Police said Anderson is also facing two felony warrants in Cannon County.

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