Thursday, June 13, 2013

Meth Lab Dumped After Squabble
They got into an argument and she dumped the cooking meth lab onto the parking lot of a church. It happened Sunday when officers responded to the call of a woman causing a disturbance in the park. When they arrived and told Amanda Berry Rodriguez she needed to leave the park, she complied. After her car had pulled away officers discovered a backpack that contained a one-pot meth lab that needed only Sudafed and lithium to cook. Officers arrested Rodriguez a short time later after they got a call about a disturbance of Kenjo markets. Police say the woman was obviously under the influence and admitted to leaving the meth lab in the park because she was mad at her boyfriend. A day after she was taken into custody, officers located the boyfriend 36-year-old Darrell Tate who told officers he was waiting on his girlfriend to pick him up. Officers then told the man his girlfriend had been arrested and the meth lab uncovered. Both remain in jail under a bond. (CC)

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