Two arrested after meth lab found in Tangipahoa Parish
KENTWOOD – Narcotics agents in Tangipahoa Parish have arrested two people after finding a meth lab at their residence.
According to Sheriff Daniel Edwards, 30-year-old Rachel Minton and 28-year-old Randy Davidson were arrested Monday. Warrants had been issued for them almost a month earlier, after deputies searched their residence in Kentwood Dec. 14.
When deputies arrested Minton they said they also found prescription medications, methamphetamines and drug paraphernalia on her.
Minton and Davidson were booked into the parish jail on charges of manufacturing meth and having a clandestine meth lab. Minton was also charged with drug and drug paraphernalia possession.
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