Kemp woman arrested on meth charges

Press release

A mid-day drug raid by Sheriff Botie Hillhouse’s narcotics team ended with a Kemp woman behind bars for dealing a substantial amount of methamphetamines.

Lisa Lou Greer, 58, of Kemp was arrested Tuesday at 1 p.m. when Deputies executed a search warrant at a residence in the 20000 block of Bernie Drive north of Seven Points in Henderson County.

A large amount of methamphetamines – along with items commonly used to distribute and use the narcotic – was found in the residence.

Narcotics Investigators Gabriel Shue, Wayne Nutt and Kenneth Slaton took a team of Hillhouse’s Deputies to the scene.

Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 Kevin Pollock signed the search warrant allowing Investigator William Thornton, Warrants Deputy Matt Jistel, Deputies Daniel Wright, Victor Parras and Matthew Reschke to join the narcotics squad’s raid.

“This dealer was caught red-handed thanks to the fine work by our Investigators and Deputies,” Hillhouse said. “Getting a suspect like this off the streets and in our jail lets other dealers know this is not the County to try to sell their poison.”