4 arrested after meth lab found at Seymour apartment complex

4 arrested after meth lab found at Seymour apartment complex

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William C. Heine (source: Sevier County Sheriff's Office) William C. Heine (source: Sevier County Sheriff's Office)
Jeremy A. Miscichoski (source: Sevier County Sheriff's Office) Jeremy A. Miscichoski (source: Sevier County Sheriff's Office)
Michael A Stubblefield Jr (source: Knox County Sheriff's Office) Michael A Stubblefield Jr (source: Knox County Sheriff's Office)
Nicole L. Veals (source: Sevier County Sheriff's Office) Nicole L. Veals (source: Sevier County Sheriff's Office)

SEYMOUR (WATE) - Four people were arrested Monday after a meth lab was found at an apartment complex in Seymour.

Jeremy A. Miscichoski, 31; Nicole L. Veals, 27; William C. Heine, 36; and Michael A Stubblefield Jr, 24, were each charged with manufacturing a Schedule II substance (methamphetamine), aggravated burglary and felony vandalism.

Sevier County Sheriff Ron Seals says his office responded to a report of a possible meth lab at an apartment in Smoky Crossing Way around 8:45 a.m.

They found three suspects in the apartment along with the ingredients and components to cook methamphetamine.

A short time later a fourth suspect was found near the complex, and a duffle bag with additional components were found.

Investigators determined all four people had entered the apartment without the owner's consent or knowledge while he was out of state.

The Sevier County Sheriff's Meth Task Force unit came and took the lab for proper disposal.

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