A tip to police led to Wednesday evening's arrest of three persons and the seizure of items commonly used to make meth.
During surveillance of a home on Karen Ray Court in Antioch, officers saw a vehicle leave the premises that was suspected of being connected to persons involved with meth.
The vehicle was subsequently stopped for speeding on Interstate 24 at Old Hickory Boulevard.
Inside the vehicle officers recovered approximately one gram of meth, aluminum foil, coffee filters, two plastic bottles containing an acid and an organic solvent.
The driver, Steven Fisher, told officers that the items were to be used in the manufacture of meth.
Fisher was arrested on charges of promotion of meth manufacture, possession of meth and driving on a revoked license.
Following the traffic stop, officers returned to the Karen Ray Court home to talk with the occupants.
Frankie Jordan and his girlfriend, Sharon Self, gave detectives permission to check the interior of the home.
Recovered inside were other items commonly used to manufacture meth.
Jordan was arrested on charges of initiating the process to manufacture meth.
Self is charged with initiating the process to manufacture meth, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Quarantine signs were placed on the outside of the home.
Fisher, 22, is being held in lieu of $8,500 bond. Jordan, 42, is jailed in lieu of $57,500 bond and Self is jailed in lieu of $57,500 bond.