Zachary police discover meth lab, arrest 3
ZACHARY - Zachary police assisting state child welfare case workers in an investigation discovered an illegal methamphetamine lab.
After officers entered the home and found methamphetamines and materials used in making crystal meth, Chief David McDavid says officers arrested three people.
Officers booked Ryan Patrick Harper and Shari Kay Behrens with possession of methamphetamines, operation of a clandestine lab and possession of drug paraphernalia.
McDavid said officers also booked Randy J. Kinsel with three counts of drug possession of drug paraphernalia and as a fugitive from Baker police and the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office.
He tells The Advocate the state Department of Children and Family Services took custody of the child found in the home.
It was unclear if those arrested have attorneys.
IMAGE: Zachary Police
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