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Six charged after deputies find 'gravel' drug

Published On: Jan 23 2014 04:29:09 PM CST
Jeremy Heath Stewart

Jeremy Heath Stewart, Church Hill, Tenn. - Charged with Possession of Controlled Substance Analogues (Gravel) with Intent to Deliver, Maintaining a Dwelling Where Narcotics are Housed or Sold, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

An attempt to serve an arrest warrant left six people facing drug charges in Hawkins County.

The Hawkins County Sheriff's Office tells us on Sunday they went to the home of Brandon Haga to serve a warrant.

We're told when deputies were searching for Haga, they found Rebecca Ann May in possession of the synthetic drug called 'gravel'. Deputies say they also found several other bags containing a white substance and drug paraphernalia in the home.

Deputies tell us they also searched a mobile home on the same property, where they found marijuana, pills and money.

The searches resulted in the arrest of six people -- Brandon Haga, David Stallerd, Kayla Crigger, Rebecca Ann May, Jeremy Stewart, and Ruthven Robinson. Click here to view mugshots.

All were being held on bond at the Hawkins County jail as of Thursday afternoon.