The unassuming brown house with a blue door sits under a hill in Jacksboro. It appears similar to the other homes on Cedar Circle.
Except for the yellow crime scene tape that encircles the front porch and the quarantined signs that decorate the front of the home.
The house at 353 Cedar Circle is just one of 194 homes quarantined in Campbell County because meth had been produced there, according to the Tennessee Meth Registry.
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