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Police: Meth shipped to Nashville FedEx store

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Jeffrey Grammer (Source: Metro PD) Jeffrey Grammer (Source: Metro PD)
Deanna Conners (Source: Metro PD) Deanna Conners (Source: Metro PD)
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A shipment to a Nashville FedEx store has landed two people in jail.

Police say a package containing 5.5 pounds of crystal methamphetamine was sent from California to the store on West End Avenue.

Officials said the seizure is one of the largest to be intercepted by Nashville police in recent years.

Police received information that the package would be arriving and set up surveillance to catch whoever picked it up.

Jeffrey Grammer, 49, allegedly accepted the package on Wednesday and then got into an SUV with 35-year-old Deanna Conners, who was driving.

Police stopped the vehicle a short time later and said they also found $12,612 in cash and a black bag containing red phosphorous, which is used to make meth. They say small bags containing meth residue were also found inside the vehicle.

Both Grammer and Conners are each charged with possession of meth for resale, conspiracy to distribute meth and promotion of meth manufacture. They are each being held on a $257,000 bond.

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