Woman charged in Maryville mobile meth lab bust

Woman charged in Maryville mobile meth lab bust

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Cynthia Danielle Miller (source: Blount County Sheriff's Office) Cynthia Danielle Miller (source: Blount County Sheriff's Office)

MARYVILLE (WATE) - A Madisonville woman was arrested early Tuesday morning after a police officer said a traffic stop led to the discovery of a mobile meth lab.

Cynthia Danielle Miller, 27, is charged with promoting the manufacture of meth.

The officer was on routine patrol in the 2300 block of East Lamar Alexander Parkway when he saw a driver not wearing a seatbelt.

After pulling her over, the driver agreed to let the officer search the vehicle.

The officer found several items used in the one-pot method of meth making. Investigators with the Fifth Judicial Drug Task Force responded. Two other people with Miller were released.

The Maryville Fire Department decontaminated Miller at the scene.

She's being held on a $50,000 bond in the Blount County Detention Facility. She's scheduled for a hearing on March 14.

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