Roane County teacher faces charges after paying man to mow yard

Roane County teacher faces charges after paying man to mow yard of meth house

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Drennan's husband, Paul Drennan, is currently facing drug paraphernalia charges after an arrest last week. He has not yet been charged with meth making. Drennan's husband, Paul Drennan, is currently facing drug paraphernalia charges after an arrest last week. He has not yet been charged with meth making.

OLIVER SPRINGS (WATE) - A Roane County woman is facing criminal charges after having someone mow the lawn of her home, which authorities have labeled a meth house.

According to the Roane County Sheriff's Department, the house on Wheeler Lane was quarantined due to a meth lab found last month, putting the man mowing the lawn at risk.

45-year-old Amelia Drennan was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment on Tuesday.

Amelia Drennan teaches special education at Oliver Springs High School.

The County Director of Schools says he is investigating in order to respond to Amelia Drennan's charges.

Drennan's husband, Paul Drennan, is currently facing drug paraphernalia charges after an arrest last week. He has not yet been charged with meth making.

Authorities say his case will be presented to either a federal or state grand jury.

 

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