Nashville man found with drug ledgers, envelopes of meth, and loaded syringes

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51-year-old Scott Coble is charged with felony drug possession with intent & unlawful use of drug paraphernalia after law enforcement raided his residence and found a meticulous catalog of methamphetamine sales, paraphernalia, scales, and envelopes of the drug.

SID detectives executed a search warrant on Cooper Lane at the residence of Scott Coble. The search uncovered several drug ledgers which documented sales, $250 in a bank deposit bag, digital scales with methamphetamine residue, along with multiple plastic bags and paper envelopes containing methamphetamine for a combined weight of 23.5 grams.

All of these items were in one container but there were also syringes found throughout the residence, to include some that were already filled with methamphetamine. All the items were seized, photographed, and turned into property. Scott was taken into custody and charged accordingly.

Scott Coble (courtesy: LinkedIn)

Scott Coble was charged with possession with intent of a schedule II drug, and drug paraphernalia charges. He was released on a $6000.00 bond.

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