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Campbell, Carden arrested on meth charges

On February 19th, 2014, drug investigators were contacted by Johnson County E 911 about a possible abandoned methamphetamine lab along the side of the road on Sink Valley Road. Investigators identified the dumpsite as having items that are used for a methamphetamine lab. While investigating the scene, there were also some items found that could possibly identify the subjects that had abandoned the methamphetamine lab.
After further investigation, a search warrant was executed on February 26th, 2014 for the residence of 38-year-old Ginny Lee Campbell and 47-year-old Charles Curtis Carden, both of 14646 Highway 67 West in Butler. After execution of the search warrant, Ginny L. Campbell was arrested with the following charges: initiate process to manufacture methamphetamine, aggravated child endangerment, simple possession of Schedule VI, possession of Schedule II, possession of Schedule VI, possession of drug paraphernalia, promotion to manufacture methamphetamine times 10, possession of Schedule IV drugs, possession of legend drugs and maintaining a dwelling to manufacture methamphetamine. Her bond has been set at $434,500 and her court date will be April 9, 2014.
Also charged and later arrested on March 3, 2014 is Charles C. Carden, who is being charged with initiate process to manufacture methamphetamine, aggravated child endangerment, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of legend drugs and maintaining a dwelling to manufacture methamphetamine. His bond has been set for $119,000 and his court date is also April 9, 2014. This investigation is ongoing. The Tennessee methamphetamine and pharmaceutical task force was called to the scene for clean up and this residence has been quarantined.