PULASKI CO. (WSLS 10) - Several people are behind bars following a large drug bust Wednesday in Pulaski County. Investigators say the arrests came after a several months' long investigation into a large group of people conspiring to manufacture methamphetamine.
Around 8 a.m. Wednesday, December 3, members with the Claytor Lake Regional Drug Task Froce, Virginia State Police Tactical Team(s), State Police Bomb Agents, and the Bureau of Criminal Investigations personnel executed simultaneous search warrants.
Two residences were searched along Old Route 100 Road and one residence along Russell Road. Investigators say information gathered from the warrant service at these locations led to the discovery for a fourth location at the Beijing Motel.
As a result, five people were arrested. Sammy Gregory, 51, of Old Route 100 Rd., is facing multiple charges, including conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine. He's currently being held without bond at the New River valley Regional Jail.
Kennetha Gravely, 35, and Martha Gregory, 46, also of Old Route 100 Rd., are both charged with felonious conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine. Both are being held at the New River Valley Regional Jail on a $5,000 secured bond.
Lisa Henley, 39, of Russell Rd., was arrested on warrants obtained from a previous incident involving the conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine. She is being held without bond at the New River Valley Regional Jail.
Brian Henley, 33, of Russell Rd., was also arrested on warrants obtained from a previous incident involving the possession of methamphetamine, among other charges. He's currently being held at the New River Valley Jail on a $5,000 secured bond.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office said were it not for the joint effort of the community and law enforcement this investigation would not have been so successful.