Monday, deputies with the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office and officers with the Caryville Police Department executed a narcotics search warrant at the home of Shaunna Danielle McKinney on Hollow Lane in Caryville.
The CCSO says the warrant was obtained following a five-month-long investigation during which operatives allegedly made several undercover purchases of substances believed to be meth from McKinney. During Monday’s search, deputies reported finding substances believed to Neurontin, as well as drug paraphernalia and other evidence that indicated McKinney “has been selling narcotics for a lengthy period of time.”
McKinney’s case will be presented to the Grand Jury once the investigation is complete, according to the CCSO.
She faces potential indictments on charges of the Sell/Delivery of Schedule II controlled substance, believed to be methamphetamine (multiple counts); Criminal Conspiracy; Possession of Schedule V controlled substance, believed to be Neurontin; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
A man identified as John Steven Cotterman was arrested on scene for active arrest warrants on unrelated charges of theft and driving with a revoked license.