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4 Arrested After Meth Found At South Nashville Home

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Nicole Sherman Nicole Sherman
Rachel Goldzweig Rachel Goldzweig
Tabetha Greathouse Tabetha Greathouse
James Hall James Hall

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Four people were arrested Tuesday night after police found items related to the production of meth at a home in South Nashville.

Around 7 p.m., Metro Police executed a search warrant at the home in the 1500 block of Celebration Way on a meth-related investigation. 

Inside the home, they found three one-pot cooking vessels with associated residue, a bottle of drain cleaner (lye), a plastic cup containing an acid and a glass tube containing an organic solvent.

54-year-old James Hall and 29-year-old Rachel Goldzweig were sleeping when police came to the door. 20-year-old Nicole Sherman was arrested when she came out of the garage. Police found two glass pipes on her, with one of them hidden in a body cavity.

44-year-old Tabetha Greathouse came home while police were on the scene and asked what was going on. During a search, police found a vial of crystals that tested positive for meth.

All four were charged with three counts of initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Police along with the Nashville Fire Department and the Meth Task Force assisted in the clean up.

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