BRISTOL, Va. - ***UPDATE***
We have new facts on a meth-making ingredients found in a Bristol, Virginia apartment.
We first told you about this raid yesterday at Rice Terrace Apartments while federal investigators served a search warrant.
Three people are now facing charges.
Kimberly Ann Bolling, 32, 601 Mary St. Apt. S-8, Bristol, Virginia. She is charged with (1) Conspiracy to manufacture schedule I or II drug, (2) Possess ammonium nitrate and sulfuric acid with intent to manufacture meth, (3) Manufacture methamphetamine, (4) Possession of schedule I or II drug. She is held in the Bristol, Virginia Jail on a $15,000.00 bond.
Matthew Jason Woods, 36, 611 Johnson St. Apt. 3, Bristol, Virginia. He is charged with (1) Conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, (2) Possession of schedule I or II drug. He is held with no bond.
Kevin Keese, 38, 1624 Bristol Caverns Highway, Bristol, Tennessee. He is charged with (1) Possession of ammonium nitrate and sulfuric acid with intent to manufacture meth, (2) Conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, (3) manufacture methamphetamine, (4) Possession of schedule I or II drug. He is held on a $15,000.00 bond.
A federal search warrant turns up meth making supplies at a Bristol, Virginia apartment.
That warrant was served at the Rice Terrace apartments around 12:45 Monday afternoon.
Members of the DEA along with officers from Bristol, Virginia, the Town of Abingdon and the State Police helped serve that warrant.
"They found quite a few materials that are commonly used in making meth," said Capt. Maynard Ratcliff.
Several people are in custody.
So far no word on what charges they are facing.
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