Kingston police found suspected meth and heroin after responding to a suspicious person call on Jan. 8. Savanna Starr Adkins, 19, was charged with sale and delivery of schedule II methamphetamine, possession of schedule I heroin, possession of a firearm during a dangerous felony and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The warrant said Capt. Tony Guy responded to the suspicious person call at Tennessee Coil Springs on Gallaher Road.
“A silver Mercury Grand Marquis was in the rear of the business with a female standing beside it,” the warrant said. “A black Chevrolet Blazer was also there with a female beside it.”
The warrant said Adkins was standing beside the Grand Marquis.
“Ms. Adkins stated that she had a gun on her person,” the warrant said. “While retrieving the weapon, a black pouch was found near the pistol. Ms. Adkins stated that the bag contained meth.”
Guy reported finding 11 baggies with a crystal-like substance in the pouch along with another bag of suspected heroin.
“A search of the vehicle revealed a red measuring cup with residue, a mirror with residue, a metal pipe, pink bong, glass pipe, two packs of rolling papers, two marijuana grinders, two torches, three straws, a .25 caliber round and a set of digital scales,” the warrant said. “The 11 baggies with crystal substance in them weighed approximately 12.5 grams.”
Adkins bonded out of the Roane County Jail on Wednesday. Her court date was set for Feb. 15.