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Two Arrested for Making Meth Near Day Care

Last updated on Monday, April 2, 2012

(WASHINGTON) - Daviess County Sheriff’s deputies arrested two people at 403 SW Second St., Apt. 4, on drug-related charges Friday afternoon.

Andrea McCann, of the Washington Times-Hearld, reports the investigation began in the county with a 9:40 a.m. call from a gentleman on Akester Road, according to Deputy J.R. Crew. He said the man, identified in the complaint as Jack Spaulding, requested officers pick up what appeared to be a meth trash lab in his driveway at 777 Akester Rd.

"Evidence there led us to talk to the young lady here," Crew said, gesturing at the residence on SW Second Street, which is within 1,000 feet of a day care. "We obtained enough information to get a search warrant."

Washington Police officers and the Indiana State Police Clandestine Lab Team assisted at the scene, where two HCL generators for making meth were found. Just before press time, Crew said he had not yet seen the ISP report to know exactly what else may have been located.

Alicia Marie Roach, 29, and Jeremy Michael Evans, 31, both were arrested for manufacturing methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school. They were transported to the Daviess Security Center, where they were being held without bond.

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