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Posted: Thursday, January 23, 2014 5:22 pm

The Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office arrested six people on numerous charges in Rossville early Tuesday morning, Jan. 21, after discovering a house full of drugs while investigating a vehicle theft on Corley Avenue off Page Road.

Amanda Page Bivens, 38, Timothy Scott Green, 46, Kacy Bembry, 23, Timothy Lee Henry, 26, Jason Andrew Robinson, 33, all of Rossville, and William Roy Reynolds, 32, of Chattanooga, Tenn., were arrested Jan. 21 on charges of possession of ephedrine, possession of Xanax, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, possession of tools for the commission of a crime, possession of a sawed-off shotgun, and theft by receiving stolen property.

As of Thursday morning, Jan. 23, Timothy Green was the only one of the group who had been released from jail. Bivens and Henry have been denied bond due to a probation violation by Bivens and a hold being placed on Henry out of Hamilton County, Tenn., while bonds for Robison, Reynolds, and Bembry have been set at $28,000 each.

Sheriff’s deputies and officers with the Fort Oglethorpe Police Department first made contact with the group while responding to a call of a possible stolen Dodge Ram van in the driveway of 14 Corley Avenue, a residence occupied by four of the six offenders, reports show.

Upon locating the van, officers discovered that the van was indeed the one missing from Anchor of Hope Church, at which time they knocked on the door of the residence to confront the crew.

“We established a perimeter around the residence, and I knocked on the front door,” deputy Todd Pitts wrote in the report. “We heard voices stating ‘they’re outside the house’.”

After entering the home, officers found glass pipes, digital scales, marijuana, and a syringe, in addition to bags of meth, altered ephedrine, and two different types of pills.

“In the common area of the lower stairway, a painted blue shotgun was also located,” Pitts said.

Officers discovered that Henry was the owner of the house, while Robinson claimed he arrived at the last minute to buy pills and knew nothing about the meth or the marijuana found, reports show.

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