Police announce indictments of 39 people following year-long meth investigation

Tuesday, November 22, 2011 at 5:08pm
Staff reports

Law enforcement officials have indicted 39 people for their alleged roles in making and distributing methamphetamine in Davidson, Humphreys and Benton counties.

Metro police Tuesday announced the indictments that followed a year-long investigation that was dubbed “Operation Death Cooker” and included the department’s narcotics unit, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Waverly police and the Humphreys County Sheriff’s Office.

According to police, authorities arrested Shane Lewis Oakley, 30, of Brookside Court in Nashville, along with his girlfriend Teresa Ann Kingsmill, 39.

Oakley is the alleged ringleader and has been charged with initiating the process to manufacture meth, four counts of felony meth possession in a drug free school zone, engaging in a meth conspiracy and promotion of meth manufacture.

Kingsmill allegedly recruited others to purchase pseudoephedrine products used to cook meth. She’s charged with initiating the process to manufacture meth, four counts of felony meth possession in a drug-free school zone, engaging in a meth conspiracy, promotion of meth manufacture and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

The others indicted are: 

·        Jacqueline Suzanne Allen (aka Jackie Hollowell), 32, of New Johnsonville

·        Eliza Lee Benford, 60, of Nashville

·        Darrell Lee Brown, 52, of Nashville

·        Theresia Ann Brown, 51, of Nashville

·        Fredrick Bryant Chism, 46, of Nashville

·        Corey Lamont Christmon, 29, of Antioch

·        Theresa Lynn Collins, 40, of Nashville

·        Miguela Colon, of Chicago

·        Jeremy Chance Cowan, 33, of Nashville

·        Jackie Gilbert Cross Jr., 42, of Nashville

·        Reginald Danie, 49, of Nashville

·        William Earl Davis Jr., 53, of Nashville

·        Michael Godwin, 51, of Nashville

·        Stanley Alfonce Hall, 38, of Nashville

·        Christopher Lamont Howse, 37, of Nashville

·        Juanita Lynne Hubbard, 43, of Nashville

·        Vickie Elaine Jenkins, 51, of Nashville

·        Cyntia Altresie Larkin, 41, of Madison

·        Donald Joseph Lazas III, 23, of Brentwood

·        Eric Maurice Lewis, 52, of Nashville

·        Willie Wilson Mayes III (aka Willie Wilson, III), 27, of Nashville

·        Jimmy McKissack, 61, of Nashville

·        Andru R. Perdue, 22, of Nashville

·        Jose R. Sosa-Ramirez, 21, of Smyrna

·        John Paul Stacey Jr., 32, of Waverly

·        Jessica Dean Stills, 23, of Nashville

·        Shearon Denice Teasley, 45, of Nashville

·        Quartez Thompson-Dangerfield, 19, of Nashville

·        Stanley Gerbron Turner, 30, of Nashville

·        Antonio Cesar Vallejos, 19, of Columbia

·        Wendy Ventura-Andrade, 19, of Nashville

·        Brenton Shamarko Watkins, 23, of Nashville

·        Thomas Edward White, 48, of Nashville

·        Mark Eric Williams, 44, of Memphis

·        Dana Marie Winfrey, 34, of Nashville

·        Reginald Tyrone Wynn, 38, of Nashville

·        Lucas Rene Zwitter, 20, of Ooltewah, Ga.

3 Comments on this post:

By: localboy on 11/23/11 at 10:15

meth labs = where rednecks and chemistry meet...

By: BEOWULF on 11/23/11 at 11:17

BEOWULF: These 'heads' need to be placed in a tent city jail and allowed to meth themselves into oblivion. Instead, they'll serve a little time and we'll see their names in the news again...again...again...

By: rickmuz on 11/26/11 at 11:02

So how much poison did these dirtbags make in the YEAR that it took to get an indictment?