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TBI: Six arrested in middle Tennessee drug distribution bust

(TBI)

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said six people were arrested as part of a drug investigation.

The investigation focused on the sale of illegal drugs in the Overton County area.

On Nov. 28, a grand jury returned indictments for six people:

  • Steve Allen Walsh 47, of Cookeville is charged with two counts Sale of Schedule II Controlled Substance, two counts Delivery of Schedule II Controlled Substance. Bond: $90,000.
  • Tammy Renee Daily, 54, of Cookeville is charged with two counts Sale of Schedule II Controlled Substance, two counts Delivery of Schedule II Controlled Substance. Bond: $90,000.
  • Joey Dwight Rhule, 41, of Byrdstown is charged with Sale of Scheduled II Controlled Substance, Delivery of Schedule II Controlled Substance. Bond: $50,000.
  • Jennifer Lynn Norris, 43, of Cookeville is charged with Sale of Schedule III Controlled Substance, one count Delivery of Schedule III Controlled Substance. Bond: $40,000.
  • Barbara K. Duke, 58, of Livingston is charged with Sale of Schedule III Controlled Substance, one count Delivery of Schedule III Controlled Substance. Bond: $40,000.
  • Christy Dean Buck, 41 of Livingston is charged with Sale of Schedule IV in a Drug-Free School Zone, one count Delivery of Schedule IV in a Drug-Free School Zone, one count Sale of Schedule II Controlled Substance in a Drug-Free School Zone, one count Delivery of Schedule II Controlled Substance in a Drug-Free School Zone. Bond: $60,000.

The investigation was a joint effort by TBI, Overton County Sheriff’s Department, Middle Tennessee Appalachia HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area), 13th Judicial Drug and Violent Crime Task Force, Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department, Putnam County Sheriff’s Department, Cookeville Police Department, Pickett County Sheriff’s Department and Crossville Police Department.

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