CHRISTIAN COUNTY, Tenn.- A six month investigation has led to one of the largest methamphetamine busts in Todd County history.
Officials said that an investigation between the Todd County Sheriff's Department and Christian County Sheriff's Meth task Force 2 led to two raids of over 500 gallons of ammonia being used to make meth .
According to officials the first bust took place on November 7th a t home on Rural Stokes Road in Todd County. At this location officials discovered two active meth labs as well as over 400 gallons of anhydrous ammonia, a stolen 2005 Kawasaki motorcycle, and numerous stolen firearms.
The second raid took place at a Todd County Farm on Butler Road belonging to Ben an Watson Ricchute. Police said that officials recovered a 1000 gallon nursery anhydrous tank that had been stolen from Allensville Crop Service earlier in the year and discovered several meth production sites on the farm.
Police have arrested Robert D. Simmons and charged him with the crime. Additional arrests were expected. Both meth labs were safely dismantled by Christian County Sheriff's Meth Task Force.