HENDERSON COUNTY–Henderson County Deputies chased down a wanted man south of Chandler in Henderson County who had two loaded handguns in his car, a substantial stash of methamphetamines and other drugs and equipment to sell the contraband.
They also arrested another dealer as he was trying to flush even more meth down a toilet.
When a team of deputies hit a home in the 4000 Block of Sunrise Drive south of Chandler, Keaton Alan Carner, 28, ran from his vehicle through the front yard.
He was captured by the seven-person squad of deputies, who then searched his car. Inside, they found a fully-loaded 9mm pistol and fully-loaded .380 pistols. A substantial amount of meth, other drugs packaged to sell, a scale and individual baggies were also discovered.
Carner was also wanted on two Felony Warrants.
Deputies checked inside the home and found Raymond Leo Clary III, 49, with meth that he was trying to flush down the toilet.
He also had syringes, baggies, and a scale. He was also wanted on multiple warrants.
Both men were arrested and taken to the Henderson County Jail charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and possession.
“These arrests are a result of solid investigative work by our entire Office,” Sheriff Botie Hillhouse said. The case began with the report of a burglary on Feb. 15.
Meanwhile, in another case outside of Frankston, Hillhouse’s Deputies arrested a woman with methamphetamines, and confiscated a .22 caliber rifle.
Chrishawnna Gello, 34, was taken into custody following a call about a domestic disturbance.
When her former-roommate was released from jail and returned to collect his property, an argument ensued, according to the arrest report.
Deputies arrived and spotted a clear, plastic baggie containing meth residue, and two clear glass smoking pipes inside the home in plain sight.
She also was taken to the Henderson County Jail and charged with possession.