Drug materials found at home of Knox deputy accused of ID theft
Don Jacobs, News Sentinel
Nov 14, 2009 at 12:00 AM
Police officers searching the house of a Knox County sheriff's deputy for fraudulently obtained furniture also found "five marijuana pipes, rolling papers" and hemostats used to hold marijuana cigarettes, according to a search warrant.
Knoxville police officers on Wednesday searched the Branner Street home of Michelle Stiles after she surrendered to authorities earlier that day.
Inside they found nearly $6,500 worth of furniture bought July 20 from Knoxville Wholesale Furniture on Papermill Drive. The furnishings included two bedroom suites with two king-size beds, mattresses, nightstands and drawers with mirrors.
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