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Suspect from Rural Retreat arrested in Marion meth lab bust

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MARION, VA -

A person from Rural Retreat is part of a group of four arrested in a meth lab bust in the town of Marion.

Officers with the Marion Police Department raided a room at the America's Best Value Inn motel on North Main Street, early Friday morning.  Police say they found a meth lab in room 1110.

Police arrested and charged:

  • Lacy Bryan Gordon, 34, of Sage Road, Rural Retreat
  • Randy Allen Stump, 29, of Osborne Lane, Marion
  • Patricia Luella Ramey, 40, of Log N Ridge Lane, Independence
  • Tamara Paige Queen, 23, of Hamlet Street, Marion


All four are being held at the Southwest Virginia Regional Jail in Abingdon.

The investigation is ongoing.

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