Friday, March 15, 2013

Couple Arrested for Meth
They were charged with shoplifting ingredients to make Methamphetamine. Three days later, they face charges again after police find meth labs in the couple's home. 36-year-olds Nathan and Sherry Cox face multiple charges for the meth labs. Police say they were at the residence with members of Children's Services who were making a visit following the couple's Sunday arrest at a store for stealing. While at the home they found three one-pot meth labs. There are three children involved in the incident. They were not home at the time of the visit by DCS but an investigation on whether or not the children were present at the time the meth was cooked. Officers say a check of the couple on the tracking system for sinus medications shows a lot of activity by the couple starting in January. (CC)

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