9 charged in alleged Obion Co. meth operation
OBION COUNTY, Tenn. — A case unsealed in federal court details the arrests of nine people charged in an alleged methamphetamine operation in northwest Tennessee.
Those charged in the case are Saul Flores, Kenneth Garrett, Xavier James, Marcus Jones, Rolando Lopez, Ronald Parham, Daniel Ranger, Tammy Ranger and Virginia Torres.
All nine face charges of distribution of meth in an Obion County case.
Court documents say Daniel Ranger and Tammy Ranger are also facing charges of alleged distribution of drugs mixed with fentanyl.
Daniel Ranger is facing additional firearms charges.
Court documents say the drug operation lasted from at least February until December 2017.