Sharon Kay Blyth was busted by Sheriff's Deputies for manufacturing meth after being spotted buying components used to manufacture meth and a search of her home revealed more evidence.
When Sheriff's Captain Chip Nix spotted Sharon Blyth coming out of a local drug store on Saturday afternoon with a number of cold packs, to say he was a little suspicious would be an understatement. So, even though Captain Nix was off work, he followed her and watched as she bought other materials used in the production of meth.
Bedwell initiated a stop on her vehicle. Along with the just purchased items, a meth pipe was located. Investigator Brian Donalson, Captain Justin Bedwell and Deputy Brett Trammell, along with Captain Nix, proceeded to Blyth's residence at 333 Josey Lane in Brinson.
In the search of her home, deputies found a number of items used in the manufacture of meth.
In addition, in a burn pile in the back yard, Sheriff's CSI Captain Gale Bowyer recovered a number of items used in a previous methamphetamine cook.
Sharon Blyth's 2 sons, on scene, expressed their displeasure to their mother that she was again manufacturing meth. Jason Rametti, her oldest son, told us that he was very disappointed in his mother, saying he wished everyone would get off of and stay away from methamphetamine.
In our April of 2008, Meth Bust leads to Downtown Business, BPS and Sheriff's Investigators searched Sharon Blyth's canine grooming business at 317 Clay Street and discovered remnants of items believed to be used in this meth cook. Items found included numerous empty cold pill blister packs, cold packs, hypodermic needles, Coleman fuel, drain cleaner, etc.
They arrested the then 51 year old Sharon Kay Blyth and charged her with manufacturing methamphetamine. In March of 2009, the charges were nolle prossed.
Curiously, this 333 Josey Lane address is the same residence as in our April 2009 Attempted Murder Fails, Suspect Sought, where a stabbing investigation led to a meth lab discovery resulting in the arrest of Pamela Sandefer.