Deputies seize drugs, make arrests after man gets caught breaking into home near Bradley/Hamilton county line

Deputies seize drugs, make arrests after man gets caught breaking into home near Bradley/Hamilton county line

April 25th, 2019 by Staff Report in Breaking News

Deputies from Bradley County and Hamilton County responded to a burglary at a home on Georgetown Road near the county line Wednesday morning on April 24 and ended up arresting a man and a woman on drug charges.

Hamilton County Deputies arrived first and detained 43-year-old Christopher Thomas Goewey, who was attempting to break into a home.

Christopher Thomas Goewey

Christopher Thomas Goewey

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Goewey told the deputies he had come from an area storage unit facility where he attempted a break-in of one of the units. Goewey appeared to be intoxicated and on some sort of narcotic. A metal container was found in his shirt pocket filled with drug paraphernalia and an unknown white pill.

Following an initial search, a woman, 43-year-old Amy Michelle Miller, was found hiding in the unit. Miller told deputies she entered the unit because she had nowhere else to stay. A search of her vehicle turned up additional drug paraphernalia, a bag of crystal powder, a bag of a blue powder, a green leafy substance and several bottles of pills.

Amy Michelle Miller

Amy Michelle Miller

Photo by Contributed Photo /Times Free Press.

All narcotics were seized and logged into evidence for further testing and identification by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation lab.

Both were taken into custody and booked into the Bradley County Jail on related charges.

Goewey was charged with attempted aggravated burglary, theft under $1,000, possession of a schedule II drug for resale, schedule II possession, possession of a schedule VI drug and unlawful drug paraphernalia possession of legend drugs.

Miller was charged with burglary, schedule I possession, schedule II possession, unlawful drug paraphernalia schedule VI possession and possession of legend drugs.


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