Months-long investigation ends in a dozen indictments
WEAKLEY COUNTY, Tenn. -- The federal grand jury handed down a dozen indictments on charges stemming from making and distributing meth, last month.
As part of an investigation starting in 2013, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) officers and investigators from the Weakley County Sheriff's Department worked together to charge these West Tennesseans.
All are facing conspiracy to manufacture and distribute methamphetamine charges, which carry a sentence of up to 20 years. If previously convicted of a felony drug crime, the sentence increases to up to 30 years.
There is no parole in the federal prison system.
Brandy Oliver, 27, described as a white male, from McKenzie has fled the area and is considered a fugitive from justice.