TOP PHOTO: Campbell County Sheriff’s investigators executed a narcotics search warrant at a barn apartment at Sudenny Thursday morning.

There were six people found in this 600-square foot barn apartment.

LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Six people in a small barn apartment. More than a hundred used needles. Cash, heroin and meth. That was the scene earlier today at the home of 34-year old Jessica Halcomb at 647 Sudenny Lane according to a report from the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office.

Sheriff Robbie Goins tells WLAF News that a search warrant was executed Thursday morning at Halcomb’s home following citizen complaints of suspicious activity. Goins goes on to say “these complaints sparked an investigation where our investigators made multiple drug buys of what are likely heroin and meth.”

During Thursday’s search of the home, investigators found what they believe was heroin and meth along with drug paraphernalia. Cash, possibly to be used in narcotics transactions, was also discovered.

Sheriff’s investigators raided a Campbell County home Thursday morning.

Halcomb was arrested on the scene and charged with possession of schedule I and schedule II controlled substances. She remains in the Campbell County Jail this evening with no bond. Halcomb’s court date is scheduled for Tue., April 06, 2021. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 02/04/2021-8PM)