Two arrested after JPD finds makings of a meth lab | Crime
Jonesboro police officers "prowled" around a home Tuesday only to discover the makings of a meth lab.
Acting on a tip, investigators with the Jonesboro Police Department's PROWL Unit executed a search warrant at 309 Nisbett on April 10.
According to the incident report, officers found the components of a meth lab; including 4 empty Sudafed 24-Hour blister packs, a set of digital scales, several coffee filters, plastic tubing, drain cleaner and two cooking pots. Officers also reported finding a glass plate containing white residue, a syringe and a meth pipe. All of the items were photograph and entered as evidence.
Officers arrested 39-year-old Rebecca Jean Standridge and 22-year-old Kyle Wesley Ivy of Jonesboro. Another suspect, 36-year-old Jeremy Frank Utley, apparently fled on a bicycle as officers approached the house.
Standridge and Ivy were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia used to use and make methamphetamine. They were taken to the Craighead County Detention Center to await a probable cause hearing.
Photos provided by Craighead County Sheriff's Office.