Hamblen Co. Man Sentenced To 20 Years For Meth Distribution
A Russellville Tennessee man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for selling meth in Hamblen County. You might remember back on January 25, 2020, Greene County officers responded to a call regarding trespassers at an abandoned property on Poncho Road, along with a report that shots had been fired. Officers found multiple individuals on the property, including 41 year old Harley Ray Humphrey and another male who were located inside an old camper. Officers searched the camper and found 248 grams of methamphetamine, 12 Xanax pills, .6 grams of marijuana, and an M&P .22 caliber assault rifle. Four spent casings were found on the ground outside the camper. Humphrey had $2,500 cash on his person. Investigators found that Humphrey was regularly purchasing methamphetamine from the Atlanta area and then distributing it in Tennessee. Yesterday in federal court in Greeneville Humphrey was sentenced to 248 months in prison as part of a guilty plea.