Updated 11/02/2017


During a search Wednesday of a local residence, Giles County Sheriff's Department Investigators discovered the remains of six separate methamphetamine labs.

Tennessee Probation and Parole Officer’s contacted narcotics investigators with the Giles County Sheriff’s Department about a probation search at 132 Short School Road.

Kurt Allen Brymer, 30, was arrested and charged with initiation and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond is set at $26,000. The case is still under investigation. Additional arrest and charges are forthcoming.

Living at the residence were six adults and six children. The children ranged in age from infant to teen. Department of Children Services was contacted and removed the children from the residence.

Investigators placed a quarantine on the residence. Giles County Office Emergency Management and Giles County Sheriff’s Narcotics Division processed the methamphetamine labs.

Sheriff Kyle Helton applauds the continued efforts to combat the ongoing drug issues in Giles County.