CARYVILLE, TN (WLAF) – Campbell County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Nathaniel Bostic and Detective Sergeant David Wormsley were requested last Thursday, Jan. 21, to conduct vehicle sniffs at Camel Manufacturing in Caryville. The administration at Camel suspected a drug problem among the employees, and company policy states vehicles on the property are subject to search while on the property.

When the pair arrived, Bostic deployed K9 Santo in the parking lot of the business where he sniffed the exterior of several vehicles. Bostic noticed Santo alerted to a silver Chevrolet Silverado truck parked at the rear of the building. At this point, he advised the administrative staff of the alert and requested the owner of the vehicle be brought outside so they could speak with them. When the owner of the vehicle, later identified as Catlin Brook Swint, was brought outside, she was advised of her constitutional rights, according to a report from the Sheriff’s Department. Swint allegedly agreed to speak with Bostic. Inside the vehicle was an orange container that was found with two clear plastic baggies with crystal like substance inside, according to the report.

Swint, 24, 3671 Williams Creek Road, Oneida is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of schedule II-controlled substance and possession of substance with intent to manufacture, deliver, sell.

It was also noted in the report that another employee was wanted in connection with Swint’s arrest. When Swint was being questioned, that person reportedly ran out of the Camel facility was not able to be located by the officers. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 01/29/2021-6AM)