Assumption deputies stumble upon meth lab at scene of shooting
BAYOU L’OURSE - The Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office discovered and dismantled a meth lab in Bayou L’Ourse after deputies responded to a domestic disturbance where a man was shot in the face.
31-year-old Frances Boudreaux, of Morgan City, was booked on a charge of aggravated second degree battery. 35-year-old Heather Guillory, of Bayou L’Ourse, was booked with charges of creation or operation of a clandestine lab, possession of hydrocodone, possession of marijuana, possession of alprazolam and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both were booked into the Assumption Parish Detention Center where they remain in custody.
When deputies responded to the scene of a domestic violence incident that ended in a call reporting shots fired, they found a male subject incapacitated with a gunshot wound to the face. He was treated at the scene before being taken to Thibodaux Regional Medical Center for further treatment. The incident report doesn’t include details about his condition as of the time of this writing.
As officers were processing the crime scene for evidence, deputies discovered that the residence in the 200 block of Aristile Road contained a clandestine lab that was used in the production of crystal methamphetamine. They also said they seized drug paraphernalia at the home.
Anyone with information concerning the case is urged to contact the APSO Criminal Investigative Division at (985) 526-1627.
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