Couple's arrest linked to meth

From Staff Reports

   A North Carolina man and woman were arrested Saturday afternoon for trying to buy products that are used to make methamphetamine.
   Barry Andrew Glenn, 37, 279 Smith St., Vilas, N.C. and Rebecca Lynn Glenn, 45, of the same address, were arrested by agents of the First Judicial District Drug Task Force.
   At approximately 4 p.m. Saturday, loss prevention employees at Wal-Mart told police that a man and woman were in the store purchasing "precursors used to manufacture methamphetamine," a DTF agent's report said.
   According to police, the two had purchased four boxes of sinus medication, two bottles of Heet and some cat litter.
   "Further investigation revealed that Mrs. Glenn had in her possession two marijuana cigarettes, a roach clip, Valium and Lortab," the report said. "Mr. Glenn had in his possession a small bag of marijuana and a set of digital scales that were located in the vehicle glovebox."
   Rebecca Glenn was charged with felony possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of Schedule VI narocitcs, possession of Schedule IV narcotics, possession of Schedule III narcotics and violation of the vehicle registration law.
   Barry Glenn was charged with felony possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of Schedule VI narcotics.
   Both Rebecca Glenn and Barry Glenn are scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on March 29.