Thursday, October 11, 2012

Meth Cook Inside Of Car
Abingdon police discovered a meth cook off inside of a parked car on Henderson Court. An anyonymous tip led police there. The shined a light inside of the car to see what was going on. Thats when 33 year old Frederick Sullins jumped out of the drivers seat and threw a bottle with a hose on it back inside the car. 20 year old Bradley Clifton tried to hide inside of the vehicle, but cops pulled him out. He asked police to get a meth cook bottle out of his pants because it was getting hot from the chemical reaction. The bottle was removed, and a blue pill bottle containing meth was found in his pocket. Sullins is being held without bail. Clifton's bail is 6 thousand dollars. (jb)

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