Two Morristown residents are facing drug and weapons charges in connection with a raid of their residence Sunday.
Skyler Blake Hayes, 18, and Anna Kathleen Long, 19, both of Fish Hatchery Road, were charged with possession of Schedule I, II and VI drugs for resale, possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Lt. Gene Watson, of the Hamblen County Sheriff’s Office, reported that deputies executed a search warrant at the Fish Hatchery Road residence of Hayes and Anna Long. A search of the residence resulted in discovery of a total of 141 grams of marijuana among the following containers: three plastic jars of marijuana; three glass jars with marijuana; eight glass jars and a rubber jar containing marijuana residue; two THC cartridges; two marijuana cigarettes; wax paper with marijuana wax; a glass container with methamphetamine wax; 3.5 grams of psychedelic mushrooms in a chocolate candy bar; two digital scales; two metal grinders; two metal picks; two glass pipe pieces; multiple sandwich bags; a rubber container and $631 in cash.
Total amount of methamphetamine found was weighed at 75.9 grams.
Weapons found included a Glock 43 9mm pistol, a Glock 23 .40 caliber pistol with two extended magazines, a Maverick 12 gauge shotgun, a Rossi .22 caliber rifle with a .410 gauge shotgun barrel, 13 rounds of 9 mm ammunition and four rounds of .40 caliber ammunition.
Both are being held in Hamblen County Jail pending arraignment.