|Published: 9:33 AM, 01/02/2013
||Last updated: 9:45 AM, 01/02/2013
Author: Michael Thomason
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
MADISONVILLE-Even though it was
the weekend before Christmas, Madisonville Police had to deal with methamphetamine labs and
Madisonville detective Daniel Dockery said he was sent
to an apartment complex on Monroe Street on December 21 after receiving word there was possibly
drug activity in one of the apartments.
The manager of the
apartment building said he went to Joshua Stinnett's apartment to fix a water leak and saw a
female later identified as Sylvia Renea Watson on a couch.
manager said Watson handed him a 20-ounce bottle filled with a bi-layer liquid, part of a method
that can be used to manufacture methamphetamine.
told Dockery that Watson was an unwanted visitor in his apartment.
See full story in the Sunday, Dec. 30, edition of The Advocate &
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