Thomasville Times Enterprise


October 13, 2012

Drug agents find meth beside lab

THOMASVILLE — After finding lithium batteries and coffee filters on a bed at a residence in a U.S. 84 East mobile home park, narcotics agents searched further and found a methamphetamine lab nearby.

“Sitting beside the bed was a shake-and-bake methamphetamine lab,” said Kevin Lee, Thomas County/Thomasville Narcotics/Vice Division commander.         

“We also found a jar containing what appeared to be meth oil in the freezer,” Lee added.

Scott Allen Singletary, 241 Mallard Cove, who was in the bedroom, was arrested.

Officers found hydrocodone pills in Singletary’s pocket and marijuana next to the meth lab.

Ammonia nitrate, lye and other methamphetamine ingredients were found at the residence, the commander said.

A clean-up crew cleared the mobile home.

Singletary is charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, unlawful possession of ephedrine, unlawful possession of hydrocodone and misdemeanor marijuana possession.


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