Four arrested in Sulphur Springs meth lab bust

From Staff Reports
Four individuals were arrested in the Sulphur Springs Community on Sunday for operating a meth lab while authorities were serving an arrest warrant out of Carter County, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
Authorities were serving a warrant at 190 ChalyBeate Springs Rd., Jonesborough, when they discovered a methamphetamine lab, guns and drugs.
Heather A. Yeager, age 27, of 992 Dry Creek Rd., Elizabethton; William K. Largent, age 46, of 361 Rockhouse Rd., Johnson City; Mathew L. Honeycutt, age 35, of 505 Odoms Chapel Rd., Bakersville, N.C., and Robert "Roby" W. Holand, age 39, of 190 ChalyBeate Springs Rd., Jonesborough, were arrested and charged with the manufacturing of Schedule II drugs, possession of Schedule II drugs, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
In a released statement from the Washington County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Ed Graybeal said he has "declared war" on drug dealers in Washington County and his message to those who deal drugs is, "We are coming after you."
Agents of the First Judicial Drug Task Force assisted in the investigation.
A bond hearing for Yeager, Largent, Honeycutt, and Holand was scheduled yesterday in Washington County General Sessions Court at 1:30 p.m.