PULASKI (WSLS 10) – Town of Pulaski police confirmed a search warrant was being executed for a possible meth lab.
Chief of Police Gary Roche said he was aware a search warrant was being executed on Dillon Street in the Town of Pulaski, but was not sure if anything had been found. Investigators had been at a home on Dillon Street for some time, according to a viewer.
According to a release from Pulaski police, Corporal D.F. Grim got information about a possible methamphetamine lab in the 700 block of Dillon Street. The release said, “the ensuing inquiry developed probable cause for a Search Warrant to be issued to allow the search of that residence and the surrounding curtilage.”
The Claytor Lake Regional Drug Task Force helped Pulaski police serve the warrant and they found items “consistent with the manufacture of methamphetamine” inside.
Four people were arrested and each charged with:
- Manufacturing Methamphetamine
- Possession of Methamphetamine
- Possession of Precursors
- Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine
The four arrested are:
- Elizabeth Harvey, 19 years of age, of Pulaski
- Kimberly D. Smith, 19 years of age, of Pulask
- Paige E. Roop, 20 years of age, of Pulaski
- Jonathan E. Morris, 33 years of age, of Pulaski
They were taken to the New River Valley Regional Jail.