4 face meth charges after search of Weakley Co. home

WEAKLEY COUNTY, Tenn. — A search of a home in southern Weakley County on Wednesday led to the arrests of four people on meth charges.

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From left: Brandy Donnell, Kelly Turnbow, Shannon Watson and Thomas Watson

Investigators searched the home in the 1300 block of Seminary Road after responding to a trespassing complaint and then observing evidence that led them to obtain a search warrant, according to a release from the Weakley County Sheriff’s Department.

Thomas Watson, 49, Shannon Watson, 64, Kelly Turnbow, 40, and Brandy Donnell, 28, all were arrested on various meth charges.

Deputies found 17 grams of meth valued at $1,700 along with evidence indicating meth had been made at the home at least five times, according to the release.

They also found nine firearms, and Thomas Watson was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, according to the release.

Turnbow and Donnell were found in a pull-behind camper behind the residence.

A state meth task force came to the home and cleaned up the meth labs.

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