Six people charged with meth manufacturing after Donelson home raid

Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 3:31pm
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Joel Koenig

The Metro Nashville Police Department’s Specialized Investigations Division busted up what they allege was a methamphetamine lab in Donelson on Tuesday afternoon.

Police arrested Joel Koenig, Lisa Koenig, Lisa Jones, Donie Joseph Lawrence, Matthew Samuel and Elliot Douglas Smith after executing a search warrant at a Downeymeade Drive home.

The investigation revealed that meth had allegedly been cooked in the home on Monday night. Police say they found the makings of a meth lab, including a coffee grinder with white residue and empty pseudoephedrine packets.

The six people arrested are charged with manufacturing meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Joel Koenig, the primary resident of the home, will also face additional weapon and drug charges.

 

1 Comment on this post:

By: rickmuz on 5/10/13 at 8:28

So... These and the other ****tards just like them, continue to make meth on a daily basis since the passage of the Pseudoephedrine laws, yet I have to wait in line at a pharmacy to deal with my allergies.

Typical mass snaring law... **** the people that aren't involved!