Authorities bust up meth lab in Jonesborough

From Staff Reports

   A multi-jurisdictional investigation has led to the arrests of three people and the discovery of a methamphetamine lab in Washington County.
   According to an incident report released Friday by Sheriff Ed Graybeal, members of the Washington County Sheriff's Department SWAT Team and agents with the First Judicial District Drug Task Force arrived at 3634 Cherokee Road in Jonesborough to arrest Steven Lunceford, 33, of the residence, on a violation of probation warrant.
   While executing the warrant, sheriff's deputies and agents allegedly discovered an operational methamphetamine lab. Lunceford has been charged with violation of probation, manufacturing Schedule II drugs, possession of Schedule II for resale, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
   Also arrested at the scene were Jamie Campbell, 25, 189 Norman Joines Road, Elizabethton, and Rachel Brown, 19, no address.
   Campbell was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and manufacturing Schedule II drugs while Brown was charged with possession of Schedule III and Schedule IV drugs.
   All three subjects are being held in the Washington County Detention Center. They are scheduled to appear for arraignment in Washington County General Sessions Court today.
   The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and Elizabethton Police Department cooperated in the investigation.