JACKSBORO, TN. (WLAF)- On March 3, Campbell County Det. Sgt. Nathaniel Bostic went to 767 Mount Paran Rd, Jacksboro about an outstanding warrant for Amanda Suzanne Albright. Bostic made contact with the property owner and he said Albright and her boyfriend were living in a vehicle under a tarp in the yard.
Bostic walked to the vehicle’s location and found Albright’s boyfriend, Anthony David Herron, who had an outstanding warrant for his arrest as well. Herron was at the rear of the vehicle and was placed under arrest. Bostic then opened the tarp and saw Albright seated in the passenger side of the vehicle. Bostic asked Albright to exit the vehicle when he saw her reaching into the floorboard repeatedly. Bostic began to walk around the vehicle to make contact with Albright, when she finally opened the door and began to exit the vehicle. She allegedly told Bostic there was Suboxone in the vehicle. Bostic walked back to the vehicle allegedly finding white Suboxone packets lying on the ground and inside of a purse in the floorboard of the vehicle, according to the report.
Bostic searched the purse and vehicle allegedly finding 19 Suboxone packets, one baggie with sixteen and a half white pills, multiple baggies with a white powdery substance inside, a glass smoking pipe, a pair of digital scales that were functional, one baggie with a black substance with multiple white papers. Bostic was advised by Deputy Cross that Albright had a large amount of money inside of her pants pockets and more money was located with the drugs inside the purse, the report said. In total $609 was found.
Albright, 42, 136 Log Lane, Jacksboro is charged with possession of schedule I controlled substance, possession of schedule II controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of schedule III controlled substance.
Herron, 45, 767 Mount Paran Rd, Jacksboro is charged with possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED 3/15/23- 6AM)