GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. - Six people have been arrested with three of those people being charged with making meth and weapons possession at the Piccadilly Apartments of Windsor Green off of Conference Drive in Goodlettsville.
Donald Puckett was charged with felony possession of a weapon with
Taylor Morgan Henson was charged with making meth and possession of a
firearm with intent and
19-year-old Thomas Elizer was charged with dangerous felony
possession of a firearm with intent.
Goodlettsville Police, with assistance from Metro Nashville Police, arrived at the apartments around 10:30 p.m. Friday night after receiving a call about a strange smell coming from one of the apartments.
they approached the apartment they could smell a strong chemical odor
coming from the apartment as the approach the door. When the looked
in the window they saw what they felt like was an obvious meth lab,
meth being processed," said Richard Pope
of Goodlettsville Police.
One of the first responding officers was taken to the hospital for evaluation after smelling the chemicals.
Officers evacuated two of the neighboring apartments before entering the residence nearly eight hours after arriving on the scene. A
Hazmat team was able to go into the apartment to gather evidence and
destroy any chemicals that could be a danger. They discovered two
guns, cocaine and marijuana.
Neighbors living next door to the suspected meth lab were able to go back inside to get some of their
belongings, but officials are not recommending they return to their residence until it gets tested for chemical residue.
Authorities said this was the first meth bust the city of Goodlettsville has had since the late 1990's.