CARYVILLE, TN (WLAF) – On Sat., Dec. 19, Campbell Sheriff’s Deputy Justin Phillips went to a home on Cherry Bottom Road, Caryville. When he arrived, he spoke with a female who stated she came home to find her mother, Mary Wilson, unresponsive in the living room. She continued that her father, Derek Seiber, was on the bathroom floor throwing up.
As Phillips entered the residence, he saw in plain view two glass bottles with a white powder residue, a round mirror with white powder residue, a clear bottle with yellow capsules believed to be Gabapentin, a clear bag with a green leafy substance thought to be marijuana, a glass pipe, and a glass bong with a burnt leafy substance in them, according to a report from the Sheriff’s Department. Deputy Phillips also saw a blue bottle that contained a clear bag with a clear crystal-like substance likely to be methamphetamine, blue pills that were crushed believed to be Xanax on a dish, a metal grinder with a green leafy like substance, a black scale, and several small clear plastic bags, according to the report.
Campbell County Emergency Medical Services arrived on the scene and administered Naloxone to Wilson later transporting her to the La Follette Medical Center. Deputy Phillips stated in his report that Seiber had slurred speech, blood shot eyes, was unbalanced on his feet and unable to comprehend commands.
Derek Lyndon Seiber, 32, 348 Cherry Bottom Road, Caryville was charged with possession schedule II drugs, the manufacture, deliver, sell of a controlled substance, possession of schedule IV-controlled substance, possession of schedule V controlled substance and felony possession of drug paraphernalia. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 12/28/2020-6AM)