Today’s HEADLINE HOOSHE INTRODUCES US TO a man who was actually arrested after a car, which was won during the State Fair in Tennessee, was converted into a SUPER SWEET MOBILE METH LAB! AWESOME! AND TOTAL HOOSHE!
The car given away at last year’s Dyer County Fair was recently quarantined and its occupants arrested after a Dyer County Sheriff’s Department investigator located a meth lab in it during a traffic stop. On Friday afternoon, Inv. Stoney Hughes had received information of people possibly cooking meth in the Tennemo community near the Mississippi River. After arriving in the area he reportedly stopped a 2011 Toyota Yaris on Highway 103 after observing a traffic violation. Driving the Yaris was Todd Clanton, 45, of Dyersburg, Tenn., and his passengers were Brent McNeely, 30, and Brian McNeely, 32, both of Dyersburg. After removing the occupants of the car, Hughes found an alleged meth lab under the front seat of the car, along with common items used to make the drug. Clanton and the McNeelys were arrested and taken to the Dyer County Jail.